Has anyone pi-hole run with macvlan driver? I Am using this tutorial, but this seems not to work very well. It always restarts the container. Maybe there's another way to let it work flawlessly in Synology docker.
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Did you use a certain tutorial to get this working?I'm running it in docker on 'bridge'. But I have no need for dsm dns or dhcp so port 53 is open for me. Running with no problems.
ofc in that case you can't map them, but if the container is running there are def no conflicts.when i set it up it did not have me map ports since i chose “use same network as docker host” (ports tab is blocked when this option chosen). But i don’t think i have ports conflict (not running much).
Well I have it setup like this. I use my NAS IP address (thats running pihole) and add it to my clients network settings DNS field. If you want you can do that on the router level as well, but I place it on the client end considering that I want to have the option if some clients need to use specific DNS settings apart from pihole/router etc.my main question at this point is what values do you put in srm, network center, local dns and internet dns? Is it necessary to point those to my new pihole (which for me is same lan ip as my nas)?
I’d like to do it on the router but have seen conflicting advice on where to change the dns: (1) local setting, (2) network settings, and (3) both. What is your best guess? I’ve been trying test but still confused ( doesn’t help that my pihole console log shows times that are way off!)ofc in that case you can't map them, but if the container is running there are def no conflicts.
Well I have it setup like this. I use my NAS IP address (thats running pihole) and add it to my clients network settings DNS field. If you want you can do that on the router level as well, but I place it on the client end considering that I want to have the option if some clients need to use specific DNS settings apart from pihole/router etc.
The point is, after you set ip up, configure it as a primary DNS on the device of your choice (clinet or router, it will depend on your needs).
Yes, meant “internet” section. Thanks!In this case you want local setting. Network settings I'm guessing you mean the one under "Internet" section? If so don't change that. pi hole is for local request to be filtered before the final request goes to the internet.
correctI would put "192.168.1.8", the IP address of my NAS and my PiHole, correct?
If you want to, yes.Would I also put it in Guest DNS Server?
Also, do I need to port forward on the router since my pihole is at 192.168.1.8:8181?
All clients in your LAN that will have the DNS parameter towards your pihole will end up on the internet via upstream DNS settings in your pihole configuration. All clients that will not have pihole as dns will end up on the router and its DNS servers.How does that work with the router "Internet" section where you can choose upstream DNS as well?
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