OpenDns not working with mac airport base station and century link

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    rotblitz

    It may be that your new ISP redirects your DNS queries to their own DNS servers.  Prove it:

    nslookup -type=txt which.opendns.com.  208.67.220.220

    - or -

    dig which.opendns.com txt @208.67.220.220

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    jaleman22

    this is what I get when i type it into the command prompt:

    nslookup -type=txt which.opendns.com.  208.67.220.220Isael-Alemans-MacBook-Pro:~8.67.220.220nslookup -type=txt which.opendns.com.  20
    Server:        208.67.220.220
    Address:    208.67.220.220#53

    Non-authoritative answer:
    which.opendns.com    text = "13.lax"

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    rotblitz

    Your ISP does not redirect your DNS queries.  So it is something else like not all DNS fields filled with OpenDNS resolver addresses, or the resolver addresses entered at the wrong place, or having configured external non-OpenDNS resolver addresses on end user devices..

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    Alexander Harrison

    Hello,

    This appears that the issue may be that the router you had configured for OpenDNS was removed when the new CenturyLink router was added. The solution is likely that the new CenturyLink router needs to be configured for OpenDNS. To do so, please visit https://store.opendns.com/setup/router to configure your new router. Many CenturyLink routers will have two places that can have DNS entries added, please only add it into the DHCP one and not the WAN one (please submit screenshots to your support ticket if you are unsure). 

    Best regards,

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