Diversion Diversion block Google nest hub, Spotify and stadia?

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coloxim

Regular Contributor
Hi,

I don't know if the problem is division, but seems it block all google service...
I reduce the blocking to lite, without succes...
How can I do?

I thin diversion is very useful, but I've a lot o problems..
 

Hazel

Regular Contributor
Syslog can be found in the WebUI, in the menu on the left near the bottom.
Dnsmasq.log can followed if you follow the instructions I linked to in my previous post.
 

coloxim

Regular Contributor
Ok, Dnsmasq can be followed only in that way?
Because In the weekly summary i can see domain blocked for each device...very useful...
 

Hazel

Regular Contributor
No, that's not the only way, the dnsmasq.log is available directly so you can tail it directly. The advantage though when using Diversion that it colorizes the output, making it much easier to see what's going through and what's blocked. Thats the 'very useful' part, and you can see it in real-time. Please follow the instruction I linked before, it's all there, described step-by-step and I'm confident you'll figure it out, which domains need to be whitelisted.
 

coloxim

Regular Contributor
No, that's not the only way, the dnsmasq.log is available directly so you can tail it directly. The advantage though when using Diversion that it colorizes the output, making it much easier to see what's going through and what's blocked. Thats the 'very useful' part, and you can see it in real-time. Please follow the instruction I linked before, it's all there, described step-by-step and I'm confident you'll figure it out, which domains need to be whitelisted.
Ok, I'll try, thanks!
Thanks again!
 

chongnt

Regular Contributor
The same way as mentioned above but just looking at the blocked domain is run the tail command and at the same time grep the word diversion. You will see in real timd what domain is blocked.
Code:
  tail -f /opt/var/log/dnsmasq.log | grep diversion
 

coloxim

Regular Contributor
The same way as mentioned above but just looking at the blocked domain is run the tail command and at the same time grep the word diversion. You will see in real timd what domain is blocked.
Code:
  tail -f /opt/var/log/dnsmasq.log | grep diversion
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Thanks amazing Forum!!
 

Jack Yaz

Part of the Furniture
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Thanks amazing Forum!!
if you have uiDivStats installed there's a table of (almost) realtime queries and you can filter by blocked etc.
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Jack Yaz

Part of the Furniture
Sorry, what is cache and query mode?in the official thread there isn't something about it...
Thanks
I'd recommend cache enabled and all queries unless you see problems
 

coloxim

Regular Contributor
This morning Was unable to connect to wifi and go inside the router by cable, all seems extremely slow.. after few minutes i checked the CPU and it was at 80%...after a reboot all seems ok...very strange..
 

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