I figured out how to block a domain
The following applies to any router, because it's not router-based.
Netgear cannot block offensive HTTPS pages within safe domain. And my Nighthawk Netgear cannot block a domain, either. What to do?
Here is the solution I and probably many others have been looking for. (Pay attention Netgear programmers!)
Buy a Raspberry Pi for $30. Download Pi-hole (pi-hole.net) to it. Set OpenDNS as the upstream server and then manually blacklist the domains you want to block. Point the router to the RPi as the only DNS server. Then all DNS resolution goes through the RPi before reaching your screen.
You can blacklist any domain you want this way, even if OpenDNS or other service fails.
I do not know whether you can block specific pages this way, so you'll basically have a multi-pronged approach to blocking offensive material: DNS filtering (OpenDNS), keyword blocking (Netgear), and domain blocking (Pi-hole).
If you like and use the Pi-hole solution, please donate to them. They are constantly building out their ad blocker and tools and are worth $20. Thanks.
Re: I figured out how to block a domain
Totally agree about Pi-Hole. I run it here at my home. Can black list a site easily and if a site you need to get to is blacklisted you can change that easily as well. Good free, other then the Rasberry Pi which are cheap. I agree with the donation. Even though you are adding an other DNS server in the DNS lookup chain it does not seem to slow things down. Rasberry Pi's are great little products. I use on as the controller for my Ubiquiti Unifi network as will.
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