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If you find your computer's IPV4 DNS settings you should be able to remove the 205.171.2.25 address. First one will turn of all of it.   "*** MyLinksys can't find debug.opendns.com:  Non-existent domain" First, make sure you are entering nslookup -type=txt debug.opendns.com. Thanks! 0 Permalink rotblitz November 24, 2015 21:02 Are you impacted by the Linksys firmware bug mentioned in the following threads? Then try this: http://ohryan.ca/2008/12/10/google-chrome-bypasses-opendns-and-how-to-fix-it/ 0 Permalink yadana934 September 07, 2013 00:23 Hmm..This is really frustrating.

Can someone please help me shed some light here ? If you still have problems, post examples of the domains you're having problems with. 0 Permalink krismerful November 17, 2013 23:30 Sorry! Since I just tried accessing the "Test Your Settings" phase using both laptop (Chrome) & iPad (Safari & Chrome) and still gotten the error page. message?  Incredible!

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Now follow the link posted by Kristy to configure OpenDNS on your router, doing exactly and only what is described there: https://support.opendns.com/entries/30787100-Configuring-Actiontec-M1000-or-W1000-ZyXel-PK5001Z You shouldn't mess it up with this. Didn't find what you were looking for? It's very likely that they are hijacking your DNS traffic and redirecting it to their own DNS servers. Crossed fingers hoping that solution would work, but somehow it didn't!

Thanks for your attentive attitude rotblitz, I really appreciate the help! 0 Permalink rotblitz September 07, 2013 11:29 "Since I just tried accessing the "Test Your Settings" phase using both laptop You should carefully look at your router's settings to see what is being used for DNS and change them to the OpenDNS addresses. 0 Permalink jtoliver44 April 17, 2016 16:34    Given bellow is the command output for the assorted commands requested above. Opendns Not Working RotBlitz.  ;-) "my OpenDNS filter was "customized"" You simply can forget your dashboard settings as long as your router doesn't send the DNS queries to OpenDNS.  The settings are irrelevant then.

actiontec modem.JPG netgear router.JPG 0 Permalink rotblitz March 09, 2014 21:12 In case you have a Windows computer, post the plain text output of "ipconfig /all". 0 Permalink Dominic Bannister March Internetbadguys I want to configure my Dlink DIR600 router in my small office running PC & laptop to block facebook , youtube  I configured in  Router with DNS 208.67.222.222 208.67.220.220. page. https://support.opendns.com/hc/en-us/community/posts/220040827-My-OpenDNS-is-not-blocking-web-sites Here it is, Server:        192.168.1.254Address:    192.168.1.254#53Non-authoritative answer:Name:    www.internetbadguys.comAddress: 67.215.92.210   Alright, thanks! 0 Permalink rotblitz November 17, 2013 23:47 This 67.215.92.210 is the real address, not the one for blocking,

C:\Documents and Settings\jheintz>nslookup -type=txt debug.opendns.com. 208.67.220.220Server: resolver2.opendns.comAddress: 208.67.220.220 Non-authoritative answer:debug.opendns.com text = "server 11.dfw"debug.opendns.com text = "flags 20 0 2F6 19500007E00400014C3"debug.opendns.com text = "originid 27927332"debug.opendns.com text = "actype 2"debug.opendns.com text = Opendns Updater According to the TXT query for debug.opendns.com, you're using the OpenDNS Singapore location and your IP address 202.166.41.106 is registered with OpenDNS network ID 18470559.  In case this is your OpenDNS New post OpenDNS Community Submit a request Sign in OpenDNS Community OpenDNS Community - Community Help Setup didn't work. I've attached screen shots.

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Next, make sure you have all DNS fields filled on your router. That user manual split over dozens of web pages is not handy enough for me.  Too lazy to work though it.  I was looking for a PDF document with a useful Test Open Dns Umbrella? Opendns Setup There is no "DNS'  selection under "Network Settings" I had applied the latest firmware.   Primary and Secondary DNS settings are located at:   System Settings >>>  Administration  >>> "Router Services"   page,  

not www.example.com, but example.com.  Regarding your stats, see if you have stats and logs enabled at your dashboard.  Stats are not real-time but take 3-24 hours to appear. So, what do I do now? Anything else I can try? You're not using OpenDNS yet" - does not work. Opendns Not Blocking

You have only one internet connection and not something like Dual-WAN? Thanks 0 Permalink mark32467 May 06, 2016 21:08 @rotblitz: I ran a second nslookup and got a different result on that IP: C:\Users\mborr>nslookup whoami.akamai.net Server: modem.domainAddress: 192.168.0.1 Non-authoritative answer:Name: whoami.akamai.net.foxracing.comAddress: 146.20.29.44 Thanks for the help!  WAN Settings.JPG 0 Permalink rotblitz May 07, 2016 13:55 Excellent, well done! 0 Permalink wrtdns June 30, 2016 16:30 I have Successfully Configured OpenDN on OpenWRT Bleeding CMD_Output2.doc 0 Permalink nickva April 07, 2014 20:43 rotblitz   -   I want to show you something.  The attachment show (3)  Cradlepoint router screenshots with each containing DNS info.   The 1st screenshot

Flush your caches again: http://www.opendns.com/support/category/10 and then try again. Opendns Settings I would be grateful for any advice on how to get the "Oops" test to pass. 0 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ 9 Comments 9 comments Sort by Date Votes mattwilson9090 December E.g., on a Windows machine with a systray icon for the network, you can open that then click on the Properties for the Local Area Connection. 0 Permalink yadana934 September 09,

Post the complete plain text output of the following command here: nslookup -type=txt which.opendns.com. 208.67.220.220 0 Permalink yadana934 September 05, 2013 22:44 This is what I get untitled2.JPG 0 Permalink rotblitz

If they can't help, you had to change the ISP. 0 Permalink zeejay1 August 21, 2013 07:20 i made it clear, but one thing, i cant understand how can be the C:\Users\Owner>nslookup  -type=txt  which.opendns.com.  208.67.220.220Server:  resolver2.opendns.comAddress:  208.67.220.220 Non-authoritative answer:which.opendns.com       text =         "1.lax" C:\Users\Owner>C:\Users\Owner> 0 Permalink rotblitz March 09, 2014 16:40 That's fine, your ISP does not redirect your DNS queries, and You cannot use OpenDNS, because most likely your ISP redirects your DNS lookups their DNS service. Opendns Dashboard Where do you have the OpenDNS resolver addresses configured?

I would turn all of it off as well as checking these other two items.   0 Permalink Alexander Harrison May 27, 2014 12:46 Based on the result "*** MyLinksys can't If you detect that your router has a firmware different from indicated in the manual, you may want to flash it with the OEM firmware from Cradlepoint. http://cradlepoint.com/firmware/MBR95 You can do this only Screen Shot 2015-05-15 at 11.33.03 AM.png Screen Shot 2015-05-15 at 12.06.12 PM.png Screen Shot 2015-05-15 at 12.02.37 PM.png 0 Permalink rotblitz May 15, 2015 18:09 According to your configuration it seems Any thoughts as to how I can correct this? 0 Permalink rotblitz May 06, 2016 19:58 Maybe, if we knew the exact model you're using and had a link to its

My router is PlusNet Technicolor TG 582n DNS can't be set using the UI. Please guide me through the issue(s) I may have overlooked. Didn't find what you were looking for? your ISP's.  It may be a firmware glitch, not quickly to be fixed. 0 Permalink nickva April 08, 2014 14:37 Rotblitz  -    My OpenDNS is now working as it should ?!?

Check the network settings (the DNS entries are the bit you want) according to normal procedure. Furthermore, no stats have been collected despite it running for over a day. I'm using OpenDNS Updater. "Using OpenDNS?" is "Yes" 0 Permalink oldgrantonian December 07, 2014 20:59 And another piece of info: --------------------------------------------------- C:\>nslookup -type=txt which.opendns.com. 208.67.220.220Server: resolver2.opendns.comAddress: 208.67.220.220 Non-authoritative answer:which.opendns.com text = You've been really friendly and helpful!  Wish there was a way to add rep or something to thank you! :)  0 Permalink Please sign in to leave a comment.

New post OpenDNS Community Submit a request Sign in OpenDNS Community OpenDNS Community - Community Help Linksys router : "Oops. I get the following output from command: nslookup -type=txt which.opendns.com.  208.67.220.220 Server:  resolver2.opendns.com Address:  208.67.220.220 which.opendns.com text =  "3.lax"   Then, I get the following output with command: ipconfig /displaydns Windows IP rotblitz:  "Your computer's DNS currently points to 192.168.1.1.  Configure this to obtain the DNS server addresses automatically." Do you mean that I should be changing my computer settings, not my router settings?  Thanks.   krismerful 0 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ 8 Comments 8 comments Sort by Date Votes rotblitz November 17, 2013 11:38 Did you flush your local resolver cache and your browser

challenged.  Having said that... And also just had the OpenDNS server address added to the Linksys admin interface. I then changed the DNS resolver addresses for the network adapters on my machine to directly reference the OpenDNS servers.  C:\Users\Mary>netsh interface ip show dns Configuration for interface "Wireless Network Connection" Ive tried everything on both, firefox and IE. 0 Permalink rotblitz March 09, 2014 12:14 Post the complete plain text output of the following command here: nslookup  -type=txt  which.opendns.com.  208.67.220.220 0

As a test you can add a domain to your blacklist and try to visit it's corresponding website. And definitely not 1.1.1.1. "I have done an ipconfig/release and ipconfig/renew. " This does nothing for the state of the router. "Whey I run ipconfig /all OPENS dns servers show up You're not using OpenDNS yet.