Ok, so I’m still having the same issue. Everything seems to be going smoothly, so I feel like it’s a simple mistake that I’m making. I did run the debug log again if you are interested. But here is what I did:
-Docker is installed
-I ran CMD as administrator, and Docker Pull pihole/pihole
-Everything downloaded and extracted smoothly.
-I deleted the contents in the pihole folders in documents and here is my run command:
docker run -d --name pihole -p 53:53/tcp -p 53:53/udp -p 80:80 -p 443:443 -v “/c/Users/econd/OneDrive/Documents/pi-hole-config/pihole/:/etc/pihole/” -v “/c/Users/econd/OneDrive/Documents/pi-hole-config/dnsmasq.d/:/etc/dnsmasq.d/” -e ServerIP=“192.168.0.1” -e WEBPASSWORD=admin --restart=unless-stopped pihole/pihole:latest
-Everything still went smooth and re-populated the pihole folders in documents
-I went into my router, turned off auto DNS, and set the primary DNS to 192.168.1.250 and deleted the secondary DNS. Then I went into settings in pihole, unchecked the Google DNS boxes and checked the OpenDNS IPv4 boxes
-I restarted everything, including the router, and still showing 0 queries. I’m not sure if this indicates something, but the only way I can log into pihole is by going to 192.168.0.13/admin, which is the IP address for my laptop where I’m setting this up. You’ll notice in the run command above, the serverIP was set to 192.168.0.1.
Please let me know if I did something incorrectly, or if you would like any additional info.