jdlessley wrote:There are only two types of filtering for CCNs. For family history centers the filtering is 'LDS Extended Access.'
While I agree with almost everything jdlessley said, the above statement is not accurate. Family History Centers typically have a different kind of filtering, which is neither LDS Extended Access nor LDS Restricted Access. What they actually have is called "General Access" and is considerably more lenient than LDS Extended Access.
This was discussed at length in the thread "LDS Extended Access is quite restricted" and if you look at this post, you will see a screen shot that shows the block message which specifies an access level of General Access.
Our stake center has a FHC with General Access filtering. Another building has the new ASA firewall with LDS Extended Access filtering, and its filtering is quite a bit more restrictive than the stake center's.
Since I do not know the details of every FHC configuration, I will certainly grant the possibility that there are some FHCs that use LDS Extended Access, but I have not heard of any, and I know of at least three FHC installations that use the General Access filtering.