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https://www.freedommobile.ca/en-CA and https://login.freedommobile.ca/ both are not working properly (not clickable) when Diversion "Ad-Blocking) is on.

How do I add them to bypass Diversion? I tried adding freedommobile.ca to Router - LAN - Diversion - Lists - Edit local allowed list and even restarted my router but both sites are still not working properly.

What am I doing wrong?

Thanks.
 

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Which blocking list are you using? Both links load fine for me using the "Standard" list.

EDIT: Same with the "Large" list - loading fine.
 

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Strange, which browser are you using, Firefox?
Screenshots are from Chrome, but I also tested with Firefox.
Do you have any secure DNS settings enabled in your browser? All my devices use my router for DNS, which itself uses quad9 for DNS over TLS with DoH disabled.
 
Ripshod, thanks for taking the time to responce.

Guess what, all of a sudden its working fine now, all clickable.
I changed the Blocking list type from Standard to Small to Minimum and back to Standard, and somehow now the Blocking list Domains went from 131,354 (previous "Standard") to only 45,720 also in Standard!

Previous Standard Blocking list Domains corrupted? How many Blocking list Domains is in your "Standard"?

Old vs New
OLD Standard Screenshot 2024-04-06 at 02-05-02 LAN - Diversion Ad-Blocking.png
OLD Standard Screenshot 2024-04-06 at 02-06-14 LAN - Diversion Ad-Blocking.png
New Standard Screenshot 2024-04-06 at 05-14-13 LAN - Diversion Ad-Blocking.png
New Standard Screenshot 2024-04-06 at 05-14-26 LAN - Diversion Ad-Blocking.png
 
45,688 on the Standard list here, nearly 240,000 with the Large list.
Strange thing, your Diversion shows no ads or domains blocked. Have you reset it?
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What version of Diversion are you running?
 
45,688 on the Standard list here, nearly 240,000 with the Large list.
Strange thing, your Diversion shows no ads or domains blocked. Have you reset it?
View attachment 57727

What version of Diversion are you running?
5.1.1

Yes, mine is not blocking any ads now, what did I do wrong?
 

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If you haven't reinstalled then either a setting is wrong, configuration is corrupt, or the install is corrupt.
If you go into it via ssh you could try manually generating stats with option c >1 >2
 
If you haven't reinstalled then either a setting is wrong, configuration is corrupt, or the install is corrupt.
If you go into it via ssh you could try manually generating stats with option c >1 >2
This one?

Let me try to reinstall AMTM, should I select option 2 or 3 without messing up my router's settings?
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This one?

Let me try to reinstall AMTM, should I select option 2 or 3 without messing up my router's settings?
amtm is not Diversion. I believe the suggestion was to go into Diversion and use the options there. (Or use diversion uninstall from the command line)

Did you upgrade a previous version of Diversion from v4 to v5? If so perhaps the migration of your old settings/lists didn't work properly.
 
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amtm is not Diversion. I believe the suggestion was to go into Diversion and use the options there. (Or use diversion uninstall from the command line)

Did you upgrade a previous version of Diversion from v4 to v5? If so perhaps the migration of your old blocking lists didn't work properly.
Will uninstall/re-install Diversion and report back!
 
- Remove EP & Diversion
- Format USB
- Install EP
- Install Diversion

I tested a few sites from https://raw.githubusercontent.com/StevenBlack/hosts/master/hosts, and it seems to be blocking them, jus that mine doesn't show Total ads blocked/This week/New or do I need to enable logging or something?

Ops www30a5.glam.com is on the list but I could access it?


0.0.0.0 mclean.lato.cloud.360safe.com
0.0.0.0 mvconf.lato.cloud.360safe.com
0.0.0.0 mclean.cloud.360safe.com
0.0.0.0 mvconf.cloud.360safe.com
0.0.0.0 mclean.uk.cloud.360safe.com
0.0.0.0 mvconf.uk.cloud.360safe.com
0.0.0.0 3lift.org
0.0.0.0 448ff4fcfcd199a.com

01 Screenshot 2024-04-06 at 07-48-30 LAN - Diversion Ad-Blocking.png
02 Screenshot 2024-04-06 at 07-49-09 LAN - Diversion Ad-Blocking.png
 
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- Remove EP & Diversion
- Format USB
- Install EP
- Install Diversion

I tested a few sites from https://raw.githubusercontent.com/StevenBlack/hosts/master/hosts, and it seems to be blocking them, jus that mine doesn't show Total ads blocked/This week/New or do I need to enable logging or something?

Ops www30a5.glam.com is on the list but I could access it?


0.0.0.0 mclean.lato.cloud.360safe.com
0.0.0.0 mvconf.lato.cloud.360safe.com
0.0.0.0 mclean.cloud.360safe.com
0.0.0.0 mvconf.cloud.360safe.com
0.0.0.0 mclean.uk.cloud.360safe.com
0.0.0.0 mvconf.uk.cloud.360safe.com
0.0.0.0 3lift.org
0.0.0.0 448ff4fcfcd199a.com

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Update:
Logging enabled and now I see Total ads blocked/This week/New.
Screenshot 2024-04-06 at 09-31-17 LAN - Diversion Ad-Blocking.png
Screenshot 2024-04-06 at 09-35-09 LAN - Diversion Ad-Blocking.png
 

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