Fountain Valley, Calif. - D-Link has started integrating OpenDNS technology into some of its routers as an additional security measure for home networks.
The first two D-Link products to incorporate OpenDNS are the HD Media Router 1000 and the Whole Home Router 1000. The former is available now for $149, while the latter will ship in August for $119. D-Link plans to include OpenDNS in other routers in the future.
The company said its OpenDNS routers enable homeowners and parents to add different levels of security to their networks. The parental controls have 50 categories from maximum to minimum protection, and feature the ability to block sites by content, gambling or social networking, or block an exact website.