Sorry if this s not the right place to post, but I recently became a FIOS subscriber. I have a Time Capsule, so when the techs came and did the install in my apt. they gave me an ActionTec modem and set Time Capsule to "bridge mode". I have a iMac and Macbook, both wireless. I was thinking about using OpenDNS as my DNS servers, based on a review by David Pogue in yesterday's New York Times, and noticed that my current DNS servers are first, the IP address of my Time Capsule (the default address for routers) and second, a Verizon server. Is it typical for the Time Capsule's IP address (or is this the ActionTec's?) to be the primary DNS server? Is there any reason to switch to something like OpenDNS? Would my setup (Time Capsule in bridge mode w/ActionTec) create any issues? I was not sure at this point how my DNS servers are being assigned. According to OpenDNS you can change the DNS settings on each computer or on the router, but I was also not sure how the latter would work given "bridge mode" (or if that matters). Thanks.