[quote="momof8, post:9, topic:232496"]
Ricmat - I just re-read your message and wanted to clarify. Is there a way to filter at the router, so that all wireless devices in your home would be filtered? If there is, I definitely want to do that! Is it easy enough to do? Thanks!
Yes, if you change the settings in the router, all traffic through the router - wired or wireless - is filtered.
Your router has an IP address, something like 192.168.1.1 (or maybe .2.1). If you type 192.168.1.1 in your browser address bar, it should bring up your router web page. There is probably a default user and password (you may have to google to find out what it is based on the model number, etc.) So you log in, go to the page with PRIMARY and SECONDARY DNS. Change the settings to the ones used by OpenDNS, SAVE, then logout of the router. Actually, you'd probably want to change the password to the router too and not leave it at the default.
That's it. You don't even need to sign up for an OpenDNS account. But if you do register, even for a free account, you can set it up for different levels of protection rather than accepting the default.