Can Ubuntu be used to control a router?

Avi Greenbury lists at
Fri Nov 2 09:15:25 UTC 2012

Donkey Hottie wrote:
> 01.11.2012 16:19, Mika Suomalainen kirjoitti:
> > After you are using OpenDNS and are registered to it, you can access
> > and set the restrictions which you want.
> > 
> > NOTE: This block is DNS based and can be avoided by changing DNS
> > server to something like, on any computer behind the
> > router.
> You talk about OpenDNS, but then mention Google DNS service IP
> addresses? And not even mention that they are not for OpenDNS?

Yes. That note is explaining that the block implemented by having the
router use OpenDNS's service can be worked around by simply having the
clients not use the router for their DNS, and instead use some other
DNS servers, such as Google's.


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