Your IP:

Our Forums Have Moved!

Visit our new forums at https://community.opendns.com/forums/ to post on topics and read the latest content. These forums are now read-only archives.

K-12 Forums

Talk with other K-12 network administrators in your state.

Or see all states.

Categories

Vanilla 1.1.4 is a product of Lussumo. More Information: Documentation, Community Support.

This discussion has been inactive for longer than 30 days, and is thus closed.
    • CommentAuthoryoyo8
    • CommentTimeJul 16th 2012
     permalink
    Hello,

    on OpenDNS.com my network is shown as inactive and my settings are no more taken, e.g. adult sites are blocked but they shouldn't. But the OpenDNSupdater is running on my Windows XP and my Windows 7 systems. The OpenDNSupdater is logged in and shows that updates are sent some minutes ago.
    Why is my network inactive?

    Uwe
    • CommentAuthorzelus
    • CommentTimeJul 16th 2012
     permalink
    Networks become 'inactive' if they have been creating repeated IP registration conflicts with multiple accounts or have been reported to be applying filtering settings to networks that you do not own.

    We've resolved the registration conflict for your network; please do the following:
    1. Flush your browser caches: http://www.opendns.com/support/article/67
    2. Restart your computer.
    3. Send one manual IP Update using your Dynamic IP Updater Client.

This discussion has been inactive for longer than 30 days, and is thus closed.