What is the difference between LPC and blocked content settings on the router?

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    rotblitz

    You didn't say what exact router model you have, but I assume you're referring to "Keyword Blocking of HTTP Traffic", right?

    "What is the difference between LPC and blocked content settings on the router?"

    The router function "Keyword Blocking of HTTP Traffic" becomes active whenever a keyword in the datastream hits your router, be it within the domain name or within the URL or as part of the content of a (non-encrypted) web page.  This is how I understand it, but no guarantee.

    OpenDNS LPC however becomes active whenever a domain name is blocked by your OpenDNS LPC settings, by category or by individual blocking.

    "Do both work in parallel?"  -  Yes.

    "How is precedence determined?"

    As explained above, whatever event becomes evident first gets active first.


    P.S.: Not sure why you entered your question five times.  Problems with your browser or internet connection?

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