Strange gui behaviour

Expected Behaviour:

Im expecting to see all my devices and the normal block/allowed traffic patterns but all i can see is one device's DNS checks. I have at least 8 devices on the network at any given time.
Ive flushed the cache and tried to open the site in a different browser, still only shows the stats for one device. The number of queries took a dramatic turn about 2 days ago, no idea why.

Actual Behaviour:

Showing all the other queries. Ad blocking seems to work but the displaying of such blocks arent happening.

Any ideas?


This would indicate your devices are not using Pi-hole for DNS.
Check your router's DNS configuration.

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Thanks for your reply! <3

Yeah i have, thats the first thing i did and i have dedvices who's ads do get blocked.
I've checked the DNS servers enabled on that VLAN and i only have the above Pihole as an allowed DNS. I've used this system flawlessly for about 2 years now (almost flawlessly).

I do know that mobile devices can bypass some DNS restrictions, any idea on how to deal with that?

Please upload a debug log and post just the token URL that is generated after the log is uploaded by running the following command from the Pi-hole host terminal:

pihole -d

or do it through the Web interface:

Tools > Generate Debug Log

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Yeah no, im the moron here (never thought you were). For some reason the network didnt switch over to my dedicated DNS after a service i did this friday, not even thouh i changed the allowed DNS in my router. Apparently i had to restart the router for it to take effect... Fun times :smiley:

Thanks m8!

(i never thought a soho-grade router would need a restart for edits like those to actually take effect but who knows what Ubiquiti is up to)

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