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    rotblitz

    DNS in general is independent from any Operating System and version but a common internet standard.

    That said, DNS (and therefore OpenDNS) works with every OS from the past, presence and future.

    "has this been corrected?"  -  What do you think needed to be corrected?  Don't fix what's not broken!

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    istarr

    My error folks...what I should have said is"  Has there been any modification to either openDNS or Comcast to wot with X-finity.  Unfortunately I moved and had to switch from FIOS to X-finity by Comcast.   (The TWC/Comcast sale should NOT happen!)

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    rotblitz

    Sorry too, but you still didn't say what your problems are.  First you said Win 8.1, now you mention your ISP.  Also, nobody here can tell if something has changed with your ISP.  Only your ISP can answer this, of course.  And why should something have changed at OpenDNS?  If so, the forum would be full of complaints.

    Best is to describe what your problem actually is, and someone may be able to help.

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    istarr

    Search "Tricked by Comcast" on this forum.   There are a number of people with the problem.  The only solution to date appears to be adding another router ahead of the Comcast router, a solution I'd prefer to avoid.  Hoping someone had come up with an alternative.

    Thanks for your interest.

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    rotblitz

    Are you saying that you want to configure the OpenDNS resolver addresses on your router, but can't, because it's an ISP device without the option to configure static DNS resolver addresses? Then simply use another modem/router, or flash the router with a different firmware.

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