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RV220W Router ignores DNS manual setting of host directs everything to router DNS

I have set the default DNS settings of my RV220W Cisco router to OpenDNS servers.

However, on selected hosts I would like to bypass OpenDNS.

For example, on a Windows 7 I am using Google DNS. I setup network configuration and tested it with "nslookup microsoft.com", it shows the DNS server as being "Server: google-public-dns-a.google.com" with IP address of 8.8.8.8.

But for some sites I get blocked by OpenDNS. Which suggests that the router is ignoring the host DNS preference.

Has anyone encounterd this issue? I have set the default DNS settings of my RV220W Cisco router to OpenDNS servers.

However, on selected hosts I would like to bypass OpenDNS.

For example, on a Windows 7 I am using Google DNS. I setup network configuration and tested it with "nslookup microsoft.com", it shows the DNS server as being "Server: google-public-dns-a.google.com" with IP address of 8.8.8.8.

But for some sites I get blocked by OpenDNS. Which suggests that the router is ignoring the host DNS preference, and routing DNS traffic to OpenDNS.

Has anyone encounterd this issue?

Is there a way to trace the DNS traffic?

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