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    • CommentAuthorbam666
    • CommentTimeMay 13th 2012
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    I see that the stats show all sorts and not just websites visited, for instance adverts also that appear on pages. if this comes up in the stats log does this mean the www.dailymail.co.uk website was visited or was it a link or an ad on a page. the stats showed i.dailymail.co.uk and not www at the beginning but an I

    thanks just trying to understand how this works
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    Any time the domain www.dailymail.co.uk was looked up, period.
    Thankful People: bam666
    • CommentAuthorbam666
    • CommentTimeMay 13th 2012
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    thankyou
    • CommentAuthorscottidott
    • CommentTimeMay 13th 2012
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    I want to block some sites on my personal computer but not the other computers connected to the same router/network so I was just wondering will the settings I do on my computer set the same settings for all the other computers in my home?
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    No, changing the DNS in one computer does not affect the others.
    • CommentAuthorrotblitz
    • CommentTimeMay 13th 2012
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    @bam666
    "I see that the stats show all sorts and not just websites visited"

    Even more, you *never* see websites having been visited, but you see domains having been looked up by your network. How in the world could a DNS service ever see what websites you visit? This is technically impossible.

    @scottidott
    What is your question to do with the stats which is the topic here?
    Did you consider to open your own thread?
    Also, if you had read the sticky on top "Read this before you post anything!" you would not have needed to post at all...

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