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About SEAL62

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  • Location
    Somewhere in a pile of computer parts
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  • CPU
  • Motherboard
    Z390 Aorus Master
  • RAM
    32 GB Vengeance Pro RGB
  • GPU
    RTX 3080 Aorus Master
  • Case
    Corsair iCUE 465X RGB
  • Storage
    2 TB Samsung 970 Evo Plus
  • PSU
    Corsair RM 750x
  • Display(s)
    49" Samsung G9 Odyssey + 34" Antgamer (both 1440p)
  • Cooling
    Corsair H100i + 6 Corsair LL120 Case Fans
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G915 Wireless
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502 Wireless
  • Sound
    Logitech G933 Artemis Spectrum
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro 64 bit + Kali Linux
  • Phone
    Samsung Note 20 Ultra 5G

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  1. Samsung 980 drives are PCIe Gen 4, though. (Since you asked for Gen 3)
  2. That's actually a good point. MITM might just be what I need for that didn't think about that yet.
  3. But those three options would (again) require a configuration on the client. I'm trying to sort of force it onto the users without them having to consent or a way to bypass it.
  4. @AbydosOne@duncannah Yes I know that I could use the DNS locally on my machine but I'm trying to get the networkwide traffic through it. Eblocker (as an example) does just that. It needs a couple of minutes upon first setup in your network and after that you can just toggle the devices that should use eblocker in their menu withour ever accessing the router or installing/configuring something on your machine. So, somehow it has to work
  5. Hi everyone, so as the titel says I would like to use PiHole (runing on a raspberry) networkwide. However I would like the PiHole to work WITHOUT having to set it as a DNS server i my router. Let's say I'm at my friends house and want protection without having to access the router or maybe he even doesn't know his credentials for the router but would like to test the features of PiHole. Other "services" like eblocker do just that so it has to be possible somehow. So can anyone think of a solution to route the trafiic through pihole without setting aything up inside the router.
  6. That worked just as intended! Thank you so much you helped me a lot.
  7. After running it (with the paths adjusted) the .conf file gets as the new ipv4. I've read that socket.gethostname() can cause that error with linux but the one that you used should not have that error. Another change is that it adds one blank line inbetween each written line. Console shows no errors when running the script.
  8. Yes that would be nice but my plan is to take the device and put it in different networks, where I just have to execute a script to use the new assigend ip from the new network.
  9. I would like to automatically change the currently saved ipv4 in the config file to the actual ipv4 and that automatically by running a python script.
  10. well it's a .config file and I use nano to edit it Thanks for the other info btw that was very helpful
  11. He could use some paid portmapper services that resolve this issue. agree
  12. Since that was already stated. If you only want a VPN connection to lets say access your home network from the go you could also buy a raspberry pi hoo it up in your home network and install openvpn there. That way you don't have to pay anything monthly and your traffic "stays" in your home network rather than being directed to a VPS provider first.
  13. Linux. Personally i'd go with a standard Ubuntu or Gentoo installation but there are multiple other options in terms of general purpose distributions (e.g. CentOS, OpenSuSE) or specialised distributions, e.g. OpenMediaVault. 1-2 GB Ram are more than enough for OpenMediaVault running a software RAID5 with ext4, Samba and NFS.