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  1. Yes, the Linux server guys had a look at it. It just needs a template as the docker is already built (like pihole)
  2. yes - it works well in this way... My settings are here (pihole on 192.168.1.24) pihole network settings
  3. apologies - you may be right if you only have one network adaptor..... I have two in my system.
  4. Yes - if you have openvpn installed, you can look at admin panel (I tested it). If you want to block advertisements whilst remote, you will need to look at routing all traffic over vpn and that your dns is pointing to pihole.
  5. I didnt write pihole - just the template so that unraid users could install it .... Can you ask the authors here: https://github.com/pi-hole/pi-hole/issues
  6. New PiHole docker has been released.... looks nice!
  7. Looking on the PiHole docker site, they elected not to include it in PiHole as standard. I would suggest an easier way would be to use the Cloudflared docker container and point the dns output from PiHole to go there. Let me know if you need help.
  8. unless you set the vpn to use pihole, it will use another dns.
  9. You should be able to turn off Dhcp on the WAN side to do this. Also look at ddwrt software for it. https://wiki.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/Netgear_WNDR3700
  10. You can set the router to point to pihole.... that isn't a problem. If you do this, set the unraid IP settings manually to point to external DNS server
  11. Yes - how to fix.... Your unRaid is probably looping back through pihole.... on network settings, set a fixed ip, gateway and dns server.
  12. maybe you have your data volume set up wrong? copy your flows out and save in a text file, delete/update container (check directories) and reinstall flows if needed...
  13. can you try this: In the appdata directory/dsnmasq.d/02-custom-LAN.conf file, it refers to adding hosts to appdata directory/pihole/custom-LAN.list file. You will need to create it if not there..... Let me know...
  14. Do you mean persistance? Take a look in the config file and edit the following to suit: persistence false persistence_file mosquitto.db persistence_location /config/data/
  15. ... Or I could just rename the template as V2 and mark the original as depreciated? What works best do you think?
  16. Ok, useful feedback but that wasn't my experience. I changed the repository line and applied.
  17. yes - you should change to this new repository. Unfortunately when I updated the template, this does not roll down to existing users
  18. You can check the Docker release versions here: https://hub.docker.com/r/pihole/pihole/tags/ The latest official "release" was delivered 2 months ago. You can try the dev_amd64 or dev releases if you wish.
  19. I used to do the same - and had a similar problem. Does this solve it for you too? https://github.com/node-red/node-red-docker/issues/15 ( add this to the extra parameters in template: --device=/dev/ttyUSB1 --user=root ) or other user.....
  20. see here: https://nodered.org/docs/platforms/docker Edit the template and set Repository to nodered/node-red-docker:v8 it was mentioned here in the github link you sent: https://github.com/AYapejian/node-red-contrib-home-assistant/issues/52#issuecomment-385034497
  21. yes, use the unraid scripts plugin to automate that once a day. It is what I used to set the password before it was exposed to the template
  22. I understand and agree - I guess that in future I should just do a v2 template
  23. np, I'm not sure why it doesn't replicate to everyone.
  24. Click on icon and choose edit - you will see the repository
  25. I believe that there is a way of forcing the traffic and dns through openvpn - but its not something I am experienced with. May be best to ask in the OpenVPN topic.
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