I have a question: do I need to make my Raspberry Pi the new Wireless Access Point if I set the DHCP role via Pi-Hole (and of course disable it in my router)? Or can I keep using the router as AP and will the Pi-Hole give out IP addresses through the router to the network? It is a router provided by our ISP, meaning it's an all-in-one (modem, firewall, switch, router, access point, probably more). So, does DHCP pass through that (if I remember correctly, DHCP requests are never routed, but please correct me if I'm wrong)
Or does using Pi-Hole as DHCP server only work for the wired devices?