Is the Raspberry Pi Zero fast enough to run that? Says something about modifying a file to assign a static IP, the script does. That'll probably result in an inaccessible Pi. It already gets a static IP from my router.
That'll get rid of all ads on my phone. Think ads are only blocked in Safari, not Firefox.
Firefox has image blocking. Don't think Safari does.
Going to comment out the lines it adds to dhcpcd.conf. I don't want their IP. Oops, I cancelled the installer. And it looks like it makes whatever IP it has, static. Which doesn't really matter. I will still comment it out, changing it's static IP on the router, won't work if the Pi sets a static IP itself.
I'll need to block using third party DNS, other then the upstream DNS. That way, if somebody hacks my WiFi, I'll have every DNS query they make logged. Unless, they use Tor, assuming DNS is done over Tor
Don't get a wife or girlfriend, she'll know all the porn you look at if you do so. Except, she might be looking at the porn with you.
The security camera Pi is mostly idle. Does it even use any CPU when streaming the camera to my desktop?
Just realized, that won't work, I forgot the WiFi is isolated. I'd have to punch a hole in the firewall. To do so for IPv6, that means using SSH.
You can use it as a porn filter, just use Tor to bypass.
How do you change the DNS for IPv6 on a EdgeOS router? Looks, like you don't need to. According to /etc/resolv.conf, the only DNS is the Pi.
And it should be working on my phone. Guess you don't need to add firewall rules for IPv6. Would be a pain anyways. Using some mark trick to mark all IPv6 traffic, and then drops it. Guess you could put it before that, or don't mark port 53.
A local DNS server makes your internet seem faster. Pretty sure I was using OpenDNS before, that's what I selected for the upstream. Left the static IP in dhcpcd.conf, doesn't matter, as there's no need to change it.
DNS server doesn't require much. Probably works on the first Pi.
DNS blocker is better then a web browser extension, both together is probably even better.
The blacklist doesn't work, if it's cached on your device already.
So make a porn_list.txt file, with the IP of various porn sites. Then you can bypass the porn filter, just edit /etc/hosts.