Why is OpenDNS disabled on my network?

Episode 1057 (1:38:22)

Andrew from Wiclow, Ireland

Andrew wants to know why OpenDNS is disabled on his network. Leo says it may be that his Mac is set up to do its own DNS. He'll have to go into the internet settings on the Mac and take out any DNS entries that are there. Then he should lock those settings with an administrator password so his kids won't be able to just change the DNS to something else. He should remember that as his kids get smarter, they're going to figure a way around it. So the best thing is to talk to his kids about making good choices. That's going to be his last line of defense. Using OpenDNS is an excellent start, though.