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I am trying to get Pi-hole to work with both wired and wireless devices on my home network. I currently have my Pi-hole running on a Raspberry Pi zero that is connected to my TP Link AX11000 MU-MIMO Tri-Band Gaming router via ethernet. The TP link is connected to a AT&T Uverse router that provides the internet connection. Wired devices that I have been able to confirm are working with Pi-hole while it is set up as DHCP server are two Windows 10 machines, one Ubuntu machine, and one Rasbian OS machine.
Currently I have Pi-hole working on ethernet connected devices but only after using it as a DHCP server. Anytime I try to manually enter the DNS address for my Pi-hole (192.168.0.147) it causes my TP-Link to have an error saying " To avoid IP conflict with the front-end device, your router's IP address has been changed to 192.168.1.1 (instead of its normal 192.168.0.1). This router is connected to an AT&T router that has its base IP address set to 172.16.0.1. I have three wireless networks coming from my TP link router and none of them are currently using Pi-hole. All my wired devices are working with Pi-hole.
Attached is a link of screen shots from my router settings and Pi-hole DHCP settings.Struggling with Pi-hole - Album on Imgur