A common question we get from customers is how to prevent a new device on the network from bypassing the CleanBrowsing DNS.

Every device, whether it’s a mobile device, laptop, desktop, server, or gaming platform, gives a user the ability to configure a local network configuration. Part of this configuration includes the ability to reset their DNS settings. Yes, depending on how your router is configured this configuration would allow the user to change the networks default DNS configuration.

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Changing DNS on the Frontier router (NVG468MQ or similar versions) is very simple. In the following steps, we will show you how to change DNS in there to enable the free parental control filters provided by CleanBrowsing:

  • 1. First, go to http://192.168.254.254/cgi-bin/connconfig.ha . If you router is at a different IP Address, switch 192.168.254.254 for the router IP address.
  • 2. In that page, you will see “Primary DNS Address” and “Secondary DNS Address”. Similar to:

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