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If I get a droplet, can I configure an OpenDNS setup on it?
I currently have a small office and use OpenDNS with DDNS setup in the office (for blocking porn and social networking sites).
I wanted to setup a VPN, for which I installed Windows Server 2019 on a machine and ran my own VPN.
Sadly, after the setup, I was not able to access the VPN over the internet.
Then after further digging I realised that I am behind a carrier grade NAT and there’s no way I can bypass it unless I pay my ISP for a business line which will cost me more than my office’s income.
So I was wondering,
Can I buy a Droplet and install Windows Server 2019 on it?
Can I make the droplet use OpenDNS along with their site blocking system via DNS?
Only a maximum of 4 devices will be connected to the DigitalOcean droplet.
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