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  2. Why users love OpenDNS Delivers faster, more reliable home internet Thanks to our global data centers and peering partnerships, we shorten the routes between every network and our data centers–making your internet access even faster.

  3. Home Internet Security | OpenDNS

    Protects personal laptops anywhere they go via our Windows or Mac agents (*only for 1-5 users, 3 devices per user) OpenDNS settings apply to every device — laptops, smartphones, tablets, DVRs, game consoles, TVs, literally anything that connects to the internet from your home network. Not to mention, we’re one of the world’s leading DNS service providers, meaning you’ll experience faster internet speeds as well.

  4. OpenDNS

    OpenDNS Knowledge Base. Want to use OpenDNS on your network? Having trouble with OpenDNS? Take a look here at our Knowledge Base! OpenDNS Device Configuration. Configuring your devices to use OpenDNS, whether that's a router, a mobile device, a computer or a DNS Server. Promoted articles. OpenDNS Self-Help Troubleshooting Guide

  5. Getting started: About using OpenDNSOpenDNS

    Using OpenDNS starts by making a configuration change in the DNS settings of your home router, on individual computers, and wireless devices. Once OpenDNS is configured, administrators set and manage OpenDNS’s advanced features, such as Web content filtering and security, by logging in to their OpenDNS account.

  6. Use OpenDNS

    Put in the OpenDNS server addresses, and, as your DNS server settings and save/apply. Linksys Router. Visit the router's IP address in a new browser window. is the default Linksys router IP address. Enter the Network password. The "Enter Network Password" window will appear.

  7. How to Use OpenDNS on Your Router, PC, Tablet, or Smartphone

    Clearing Your DNS Resolver Cache on Windows Clients. Open a command prompt on Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 by opening the Start menu or Start screen, respectively, and entering “cmd” in the search box. Instead of simply hitting “Enter” though, use “Ctrl + Shift + Enter” to open an administrator command prompt.

  8. The Best Free and Public DNS Servers (January 2023) - Lifewire

    The best free public DNS servers include Google, Control D, Quad9, OpenDNS, Cloudflare, CleanBrowsing, Alternate DNS, and AdGuard DNS . Here's a quick reference if you know what you're doing, but we get into these services a lot more later in this article: Best Free & Public DNS Servers. Provider. Primary DNS.

  9. OpenDNS - Wikipedia

    OpenDNS is an American company providing Domain Name System (DNS) resolution services—with features such as phishing protection, optional content filtering, and DNS lookup in its DNS servers—and a cloud computing security product suite, Umbrella, designed to protect enterprise customers from malware, botnets, phishing, and targeted online attacks.

  10. Best DNS servers of 2023 | TechRadar

    The Domain Name System (DNS) is a phone book for the internet, a framework which translates domain names, like or, into the IP addresses necessary for devices to load ...

  11. Umbrella > Login - OpenDNS

    Umbrella > Login. Email or Username Password. Forgot password? | Single sign on.