OpenDNS on Tomato router for faster web experience

I saw this post and decided to opt to use OpenDNS as my DNS server instead of my ISP’s server. I followed these instructions to set it up. Basically, I activated a second DDNS service (Basic > DDNS) and entered my login information for OpenDNS. When activating it, I set it to update my dynamic IP and to use it as my DNS server. It was as simple as that.

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