What is the function "Global Filter Mode" under DNSFilter in this whole process???1. DNSFilter overrides everything else for clients.
2. LAN DHCP comes next, assuming it is populated with external DNS IPs.
3. If no 1 or 2 is defined, then the router receives the client requests and forwards to the WAN DNS servers.
Global mode is what every device is subject to, unless they have a client-specific rule defined in the lower section to either a) set as No Filtering or b) choose a different filter than the Global default. For example, I might want Quad9 setup for the whole network (Global mode), but want Cleanbrowsing Family for my childrens’ devices. Or I might want my iPad exempt from filtering so I can go wherever I want.What is the function "Global Filter Mode" under DNSFilter in this whole process???
Yes I use to for pihole, you have to point it to the server IP, in my case the pi's IP.Not wishing to hijack your thread, but I had a similar question and it saves making another thread.
Since we now know that DNSFilter takes first priority, can one use this to point to a DNS server located inside the network (i.e. Unbound running on a RPi)?