Paperspace offers a Content Filter to add an additional layer of security and control over your network. Our solution is based off of the de facto standard open source technology called SquidGuard and can be managed via a web-based interface. A Content Filter can be deployed in any Paperspace Private Network.
Once the Content Filter is active, you will receive the IP address location of the device which can be used to access the interface. By default, the Content Filter will use the second available IP on your network, .253 (.254 is the first available IP and is reserved for an optional VPN Gateway).
There are several paid options for Content Filtering built on top of the open source project SquidGuard. These offerings typically include support plans, additional features and, in most cases, a cleaner, more polished interface. You are welcome to run a paid version if you prefer -- just submit a request to your Account Manager or submit a support ticket.