I apologize if I am repeating other posts--I haven't seen answers to my questions in other threads.
My problem is that OpenDNS is not blocking adults sites consistently. My house runs multiple OSes (Windows 10, Mac OS High Sierra, iOS, and Linux/Ubuntu). OpenDNS seems to effectively block adult sites on iOS and Linux, but not on Windows or Mac. We're using Firefox as our main browser on all devices.
We have two Linksys WRT3200ACM routers running OpenWRT. One is the main router, and the other is connected by wire to the main router as a client to extend the signal. AFAIK, I have the correct DNS address info input in the routers for both IPv4 (184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11) and IPv6 (2620:119:53::53 and 2620:119:35::35) for every network interface (but maybe I haven't put it somewhere it should be?).
And yet...periodically, the client-side OpenDNS updater on the Windows machine says I'm not using OpenDNS. I click Update Now and it appears to, but still shows the error. But when I go to welcome.opendns.com, it says I _am_ using OpenDNS, and it won't let me navigate to the internetbadguys demo site.
But, although I have filtering set in my OpenDNS account to Custom, and definitely have Pornography set to be blocked, both the Mac and Windows machines would load pornhub.com (the Ubuntu and iOS won't).
I initially had all devices set to get DNS from the routers, but on the WIndows and Mac machines I changed the machine settings to have the OpenDNS addresses as the preferred sources for DNS. That seemed to do the trick for the Mac, but the Windows machine is still letting the "blocked" site load.
I've tried everything I can think of. Any suggestions would be much appreciated.
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