Pi-hole and networked devices are able to connect to the internet with advertisement filtering.
The pi-hole and no other network devices are able to connect to the internet.
No internet access so no token.
In short, my ISP-provided router (plusnet hub 1) doesn’t allow custom DNS settings so I am trying to go down the DHCP route. However despite setting everything up right (as far as I can tell) the pi-hole seems completely unable to access the internet, and so browsing on any device connected to the network, all webpages return “DNS address cannot be found” errors. My steps so far:
Reconfigured the pihole with a static ip within the router’s acceptable range.
Restarted the pi-hole to allow this new ip to take effect (and doing this allowed other devices to use the browser interface).
Disabled DHCP on the router, and enabled it on the pi-hole, configuring the gateway address and range of local ip addresses to give out to match the router.
Restarted the router to refresh every device’s connection.
Once the router had booted up, the pi-hole browser interface showed all devices has connected and been given addresses in the acceptable range, however the pi, and no devices had internet access. Any attempt to connect to a webpage threw an immediate DNS error, as though the browser was not connected to any DNS service. Additionally, when puttying into the pi-hole itself, it is unable to access the internet. Pinging the router worked fine, however pinging any internet address (including just google DNS) couldn’t go through. Any attempt to ping to an addressed site (meaning pi-hole.net rather than 220.127.116.11) just returned a name resolution error.
Does anyone know what this is or what might be causing it? Any idea how to fix this?