I’m installing a Raspberry Pi Pi-Hole server on my Surf SOHO Mk3 v8.01 network and am unable to have the Surf show the Pi as DNS.
The router accepted the entry on each LAN/VLAN page. In Network/Network Settings/ , I disabled “Assign DNS server automatically” and added the Pi DNS address. Tests show the DNS address did not change for the connected devices - the Surf still uses the default gateway for my main internal LAN instead of the Pi IP address. (It’s DHCP Reservation, so basically static.)
The Pi has good connectivity (I can ssh into the Pi), but the Pi and the other devices on the network show different DNS values (“scutil --dns” and “nslookup” ). The Pi-Hole install opened ports 53 and 80 in my firewall. Both are on /24 subnet.
Again, I’m a newbie at this, but is this a case of “rebinding,” and if so, how do I get around it? Do I have to resort to “IP Passthrough” and also hand off the DHCP function?