Actually now that I'm looking at that document. I see that there is an html block page in the Action Object. I don't get that on my guest network. When I go to an adult site I just get the typical hmmm... can't reach this page. I don't get a Sonicwall block page. But it does stop you from going to the page.
That documentation is more helpful, but it still doesn't address my issue. If the DNS does not affect the content filter then why does it work for my guest wifi and not my private network behind a Windows server. I have the guest wifi as a vlan of the private network
Thank you for your reply. I did read through that document and it does not cover my current issue. Currently my dns on the Sonicwall is going to google which is why the public wifi works. Our private network is behind a Windows DNS server that does not route through the Sonicwall's google DNS therefore it is not working.
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