Raspberry Pi as "ADBLOCK" box for the entire network

These days most of us have multiple devices connected to the internet. AD campaigns are so evil and boring. Instead of installing some AD block extension on each device, I'm using dnsmasq service (lightweight DHCP and DNS server) which is installed on a Raspberry Pi. Dnsmasq blocks ADs based on DNS queries for the entire network. Distribution on RaspberryPi is Raspbian.

PXEboot with OpenWRT

How to boot/install a bunch of servers over the network with a router ? This is how ...

Openwrt is awesome and free, and I'm sure that your router will like it as I did. Also I'm sure that you have some free-spare-conference-usb-keychain (1GB will be enough), and of course internet connection is needed.

T-Com (UltraMAX) FTTH with OpenWRT

In our country (Croatia) fiber internet connection became afordable to the home user. For about $50 per month, you will get 100/20 mbit/s DL/UL speed with FLAT bandwidth.

Usually they will ship shitty equipment, like it was in my case. ZTE ZXDSL931VII was meant to be the main router and TP-Link TX-6610 as GPON terminal.

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