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Has anyone setup a Pi-Hole (http://pi-hole.net) for network wide ad blocking? I just installed it and it works if I specify the local ip of pi-hole as the ins server, but Control doesn't seem to be forwarding ins queries to it. I entered the pi-hole ip address as the ins server in the WAN interface settings.

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Well, maybe I have to correct myself. Control IS using it, but apparently only if the pi-hole IP address is the only address in the dos server list for the interface. I had google's dns addresses in there as backups in case the pi-hole went down. Once I removed them ads are now being blocked.

This is quite impressive at blocking ads network wide. I'm running it on an ubuntu server VM so it doesn't have to be run on a raspberry pi if anyone is interested.
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