When a user goes to the trouble to configure a new network between a router and OpenDNS, it's a little weird that the default content filtering level is literally, none. That's what it says: None. That's the default. Considering that probably a *lot* of people set up OpenDNS and go through the hoops to configure a router to "talk to" the OpenDNS site, it's understandable that a person might be confused when they are told, "You have successfully configured your network on OpenDNS" and think that they actually have some filtering going on! I suggest that you make the content filtering level "low" at least instead of "none." If you don't want to do that, *at least* give the person who has just set up a network some kind of pop up or other message that says, "You may now want to set up content filtering with this network. Default level is no filtering." This way, they will realize they are not finished yet with what they probably are trying to accomplish.
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