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    • CommentAuthorkshahzad
    • CommentTimeOct 27th 2009

    When ever I write a single word shortcut like "opendns" to firefox and other browsers they open the router login page.

    But if i put like "opendns opendns" it works good... but as users can only have single word shortcuts so i need this working.

    The recommended browser specific changes already done.

    Browser: Firefox 3.5.3
    Router: AzTech 605EW

    Do I need to change any browser option or any setting of router as single word keywords are not being allowed.
    • CommentAuthorrotblitz
    • CommentTimeOct 27th 2009
    "But if i put like "opendns opendns" it works good..."
    Do you think? What happens in this case? Do you have such a shortcut defined? I would doubt this... :tongue:

    To make your shortcuts from perfectly work, no matter if with or without arguments (yes, can be multiple arguments! :bigsmile:), the following FF 3.x settings are required:
    1. Type "about:config" in the address bar
    2. Filter on "keyword". Find keyword.URL and keyword.enabled
    3. Set keyword.URL =
    4. Set keyword.enabled = true
    5. Enable "Apply my shortcuts to this network" at

    More about shortcuts:

    And no, your router is as much to do with shortcuts as your car or phone... :wink:

    And as you are using FF 3.5.x you may want to disable DNS prefetching, else you will be horrified by your OpenDNS stats: :shocked:
    1. Enter "about:config" in the address bar.
    2. Filter by "dns.disablePrefetch".
    3. Set the two values to "true".

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