- Using a Dynamic Internet IP Address with OpenDNS
- Configuring OpenDNS and an Update Client for Dynamic Connections
- Configuring Content Filtering
- Whats Next
Configuring Content Filtering
To enable content filtering for your network, go to the Dashboard page of your OpenDNS account, click the Settings link or tab, and choose the desired filtering level. You can either pick a predefined level or click Custom to add/remove whatever site types you want to block. See Figure 4 for an example of the page.
Figure 4 Enabling content filtering.
Under the Filtering Level settings, you can add sites you want to be blocked or unblocked, regardless of the auto-filtering system. This is great if you find that a certain site you visit is blocked by OpenDNS for some reason or you find sites that aren’t automatically blocked that you don’t want users to visit.