|My ISP has its own DNS nameservers. As my ISP is blocking some sites, I decided to change the DNS nameservers to OpenDNS.|
After changing the DNS nameservers to OpenDNS, I noticed that my ISP is still able to block those sites.
My question is how does my ISP know I am connecting to those blocked sites since I'm not using its nameservers anymore?
Is it because my ISP knows my IP address and since I'm using its internet connection, it is able to block? I don't think I'm correct in this deduction because when I use a free proxy, I'm able to connect to those blocked sites.
Anybody knows what exactly is happening here?