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Carlo Costanzo Mar 20
Upgrading DNS nd DHCP servers at home on the server.
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Saint Ungulant 8h
I brought a laptop home and joined it to my WiFi .... it is now the single most chatty device on my network - I have three teenage kids. 0_o
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Robert Main Mar 17
Anyone on here running in a container? I've got my container bound to host networking and DHCP enabled, but for some reason it's just not responding to DHCPDISCOVER broadcasts
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Scavenger Mar 21
Enabled DNScrypt and DNSSEC on Pi-Hole. Keep discovering new possibilities with this awesome piece of software.
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Jack Of All Games Mar 16
It's been interesting watching the statistics on my DNS server. It seems like 50k queries daily are pretty common. Also interesting, over 90% of blocked sites seem to stem from my wireless devices (though I don't currently have very good statistics on which ones).
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Sandor Drieënhuizen 🏳️‍🌈 Mar 18
SourceForge is so full of crap that I have to disable my PI-hole, just to be able to download something from it.
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UnbornxHA 6h
I blocked 11207 ads. That is 26.83% of my internet traffic. Status:(Online)
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Anson Kennedy Mar 19
Roughly 25% of DNS queries are blocked in the Kennedy Compound because they are ads or other unwanted content.
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Robert Wray Mar 16
Setting up took about 20 minutes, from start to finish. I've installed it on a VM for now, rather than a Raspberry Pi as I don't have one ready to run right now, and it worked an absolute treat!
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Dan Skaggs Mar 20
I can’t believe it’s taken me this long to get around to installing on my network. template for made it drop dead easy.
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Daniel Silva Mar 19
Replying to @WindosNZ
You can whitelist websites/domains. I do that, specially with , but I understand you. I think I only saw that on promotions tab and it wasn't on my account
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veithfer Mar 19
just updating my Such an awesome little piece of software on my ! Ty
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kyle Mar 14
Sure would be nice to run pi-hole on something beefier than a pi-zero-w
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Robert Wray Mar 20
So this weekend I setup a , albeit running on a CentOS VM instead of a , it was really easy to do and has blocked a load of traffic. Well worth the effort to setup!
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Justin M. Beard Mar 19
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UnbornxHA Mar 17
Today was a good day! Why, you ask? Because I blocked 18824 ads via Pi-Hole! Status:(Online)
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Justin M. Beard Mar 19
Doing a little multitasking on a conference call.
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Damian Rath Mar 21
One of the best ways to filter a large number of badware sites is to use regex entries in your . Here are a few to get your started.
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Superfast SouthYorks Mar 20
We had an unused spare at home... Decided to give a try for total household advert blocking. Wow, working really really well, so well mobile browsing when out and about is shocking. rocks! What have you done with your recently?
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Haywire Mar 19
Installed my and use it together with dns only vpn :o no more ads, ever! On Every device!
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