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    • CommentAuthorali4039
    • CommentTimeAug 17th 2012
    I have followed all the instructions and setup the 3 DNS entries to the OpenDNS address as ...222.222, ...220.220 and ...222.220 and flushed my DNS and cache on my PC. When I do ipconfig /all I see the 3 OpenDNS entries plus 2 additional DNS entries which I believe are coming from my ISP.

    I am using a Linksys WRTN600 Router and I have also tried this on a Buffalo N600 Router and both are acting the same.

    As a result, my content filtering works sometimes only. Most of the time I am still able to access blocked sites such as Porn, gambling, ..etc.

    Anyone know how to fix this problem?

    • CommentAuthorzelus
    • CommentTimeAug 17th 2012 edited

    Check your local DNS settings and ensure that Shaw's DNS resolvers are not set there;

    Then flush your DNS resolver caches:

    Then re-run the ipconfig /all command; if the issue persists then contact Shaw regarding the use of 3rd party DNS resolvers on your connection.
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    Ans since you are seeing these in your OS net config via the magic of DHCP, you can always simply assign static DNS entries for OpenDNS, removing the Shaw IPs.

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