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block and allow sites using internal DNS?

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I would like to use Norton ConnectSafe DNS.  However, if there is an additional site I would like to allow or block, can I do that using a built-in DNS of some sort?
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I suggest you subscribe to OpenDNS.com and use their services.  You will be able to add/remove sites from blocked list as well as the ability to block based on content type (i.e. porn, gambling, games, etc.).
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Yes I know about those others, but is there a way for me to do it the way I asked in the question?
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