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glen.harris

Could you possibly intentionally visit a naughty site and let us know the specific message you are receiving? It could be something simple such as your router being set to use a service such as open dns. I've seen these on a couple of occasions where others have added the 'public ip' to their open dns account and blocked inappropriate content. They then loose the ip address at the end of its lease, it gets re-assigned to the ip pool and is assigned to someone else later on but open dns still enforces the parental controls as it is still attached to someone elses account.
This of course may not be the scenario at all but a specific error message would help us here to help you.
Rgds,