Hoopster Posted December 4, 2022 Share Posted December 4, 2022 (edited) I'm starting to think maybe using pihole on Unraid is not worth it, I'll have to look at actually getting a Raspberry Pi for it. This is exactly what I eventually did. I started with Pi-Hole as a Docker container. Even though I generally run my server 24x7, if it is down for whatever reason, there is no Pi-Hole for the networked-connected clients. Of course, they would fall back to Cloudflare (the secondary DNS configured in my router). I switched Pi-Hole over to a Raspberry Pi almost 3 years ago where it has happily been running without interruption. I also recently put WireGuard on the same Raspberry Pi as a fallback for remote LAN access if the UnRAID server with WireGuard is down for whatever reason and I am not home to take care of it. I do have a Pi-Hole docker container still on unRAID (stopped by default). I have a dedicated Docker VLAN for all of my containers and also have ipvlan (previously macvlan) configured as the Docker custom network type. No problems when I start it up on unRAID 6.11.5. Edited December 4, 2022 by Hoopster Quote Link to comment
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