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    • CommentAuthordevinator
    • CommentTimeAug 19th 2009
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    I've been reading much about the trouble AT&T U-Verse users are having with OpenDNS due to the fact that the U-Verse router doesn't allow additional DNS IP Address configuration. There's a simple fix for this (other than reconfiguring all of your computers). Turn off DHCP in the U-Verse router, and connect any router capable of performing DHCP services. I use a VERY OLD Cisco 827 that isn't good for much else. I connect its Ethernet port into the U-Verse router's Ethernet port, configure the DHCP scope to hand out the OpenDNS IP addresses as the DNS servers, and voila - I'm done. You can do the same with any old router (DLink, Linksys, NetGear, etc.). I suggest using one that's not good for anything else.

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