Content Filtering Solutions

Posted on 2013-01-23
Last Modified: 2013-01-23
We now have opendns and with them becoming so expensive, we cannot in any way push it on our clients as they cannot afford that yearly.

What is everyone else using?  We don't mind some cost, but 1000 per year for our clients just is too much.
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also forgot to mention that we have DNS servers at all locations and would prefer something we can integrate with that.

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meko72 earned 500 total points
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In some of my Client sites I have a Dell SonicWall (TZ 180, 190 210) that has content filtering and does it very well. With the content filtering it also includes Antivirus. It is around 300 - 550 a year for the subscription.

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