I’m doing that, DNSBL + Ublock Origin
Also it’s relevant to note that pfblockerng DNSBL can block at sub-domain level, not only domain, but the resources regarding RAM usage are huge if you enable that.
To give you an idea, 4GB of ram may be not enough to block porn sites…
You just need to get a feed with porn sites in this example.
There are other feeds you can use to block categories if that is what you need.
It’s a very nice tool…
I have 2 raspberrys.
RPI3 Model B (Not B+) running Samba server, unifi controller, apache server with php and ldap
RPI4 Model B running RaspbianOS, no problems with Youtube 1080p playback, running all day long as a desktop replacement…
I turn on my Desktop PC just to play COD CW nowadays…
Oddly enough, I don’t think I’ve really ever used Raspbian. Maybe that’s my own fault. I did get USB boot working on it that one time, maybe I just need to conceed for now that Arch based pi stuff just isn’t there yet. But literally if I could just watch football on weekends with it, that’s all I have ever wanted out of that little guy.
thanks @anon9173994 for pointing me to pi hole. I did a quick setup, and it works. Unfortunately my router has no option to change the DNS, so I switched the DNS for ipv4 in my NetworkManager settings. Do I need to do the same for ipv6?
I’ve been using pfSense for a good while now as well. My only annoyance is that wireguard still isn’t integrated into it. There are some user made wireguard packages, but I just couldn’t get them to connect to my VPN. I was contemplating OPNSense for the wireguard, but they don’t have anything nearly as nice as pfBlockerNG.
OPNSense is using Wireguard in the userspace… it’s not a good implementation.
Soon, pfsense will have it into the kernel level, there are some topics about it there in the forum.
Not sure if this will be released with pfsense 2.5 which is going to be out soon.
Have you ever watched Lawrence videos in Youtube regarding wireguard?
He speaks about the implementation in OPNSense
Regarding the pfBlocker, in my opinion, it’s the strongest tool that pfsense have today, it’s a pi-hole with other features, just like a swiss army knife…