OpenDNS seems to be going very commercial. I had at one time setup approx. 10 networks via OpenDNS so I could manage small business networks and prevent people from wasting time with sites like Facebook, etc. When I went to add an eleventh, I was told I needed to pay ($20/user/year) for this privilege.
So I figured instead of signing-up, I could just used the free OpenDNS service which blocks porn/spyware/adware (just use their DNS service w/o any account).
And then I could use the Tomato Access Restriction feature to block the big time wasters (Facebook, Myspace, etc.).
I wonder, though, if there are any sort of lists of the big time-wasters floating around the Internet?
Also, are there any limits to this feature in Tomato? If I create a 4k list of Access Restriction sites, will that bog the router down a lot? How about 16k? What is the upper limit, and upper practical limit (if there are any)?