Why doesn't OpenDNS work for me?

Episode 1291 (12:18)

Pedro from Bronx, NY

Pedro created an account at OpenDNS but it isn't working for him. Leo says that OpenDNS can protect kids with a custom "phone book" that has a list of approved domain names in it. OpenDNS can then filter out the undesired addresses that he wouldn't want. If he inputs the router server settings of OpenDNS properly, it'll filter the traffic correctly. But if his kids have figured out how to change the settings in the computer, it can override that, unless he's made the settings in the router itself. So he should check his router settings again and lock them down. He can also password protect the settings on his kid's computers.