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  1. The mobile phone are all android devices..... lol no apple products in this family
  2. To be honest I have given up, this is the current rules, and instead of blocking the correct device, it is blocking my partner's phone (even though they are clearly identified by MAC and IP address)
  3. Changing the device type of both consoles (and both tablets) resolved the issue. But doesnt explain why it is happening
  4. Noticed the same issues happening with two tablets in the house as well. Will try you suggestion
  5. As requested I removed the allow rule, so only the following rule was running At 11:00 when the One X - Wireless was due to be blocked, the rule blocked the Series X instead, and the One X still had access to the internet. I have checked the MAC addresses of both devices and confirmed that they are labelled correctly
  6. Thanks for the reply, unable to run Ethernet to either due to their location in the house. The Series S isn't affected at all
  7. Hi, We have a home network with three xboxes on it, I have created a rule to restrict my kids access to the internet. However when it is active it is also blocking access for my xbox (although it is not affecting my partner's console) Both affected consoles have different mac addresses, different ip addresses, and are clearly identified in the DumaOS software (DJA0231 20.3.c.0320). One is an older One X and the other is the new Series X Any ideas what is happening here?
  8. Any ideas what "protocol 0800 is buggy" and "daemon.notice wansensing" means Sat Jan 23 20:41:48 2021 daemon.info dnsmasq-dhcp[22817]: DHCPREQUEST(br-lan) 192.168.0.251 00:51:ed:5a:9f:88 Sat Jan 23 20:41:43 2021 kern.crit kernel: [566112.547000] protocol 0800 is buggy, dev br-lan Sat Jan 23 20:41:40 2021 daemon.notice miniupnpd[7414]: redirecting port 56392 to 192.168.0.11:56392 protocol UDP on ptm0 for: Teredo 192.168.0.11:56392->56392 UDP Sat Jan 23 20:41:28 2021 kern.crit kernel: [566097.107000] protocol 0800 is buggy, dev br-lan Sat Jan 23 20:41:25 2021 daemon.notice wansensing: (L3DHCP) runs L3DHCPMain.check(VDSL,supervision_wan6_ok) Sat Jan 23 20:41:25 2021 daemon.notice wansensing: (L3DHCP) runs L3DHCPMain.check(VDSL,supervision_wan_ok) Sat Jan 23 20:41:19 2021 kern.crit kernel: [566087.986000] protocol 0800 is buggy, dev br-lan Sat Jan 23 20:41:06 2021 kern.crit kernel: [566075.583000] protocol 0800 is buggy, dev br-lan Sat Jan 23 20:40:57 2021 kern.crit kernel: [566066.467000] protocol 0800 is buggy, dev br-lan Sat Jan 23 20:40:55 2021 daemon.notice wansensing: (L3DHCP) runs L3DHCPMain.check(VDSL,supervision_wan6_ok) Sat Jan 23 20:40:55 2021 daemon.notice wansensing: (L3DHCP) runs L3DHCPMain.check(VDSL,supervision_wan_ok) Sat Jan 23 20:40:41 2021 kern.crit kernel: [566050.206000] protocol 0800 is buggy, dev br-lan Sat Jan 23 20:40:41 2021 kern.crit kernel: [566050.206000] protocol 0800 is buggy, dev br-lan Sat Jan 23 20:40:34 2021 daemon.notice odhcpd[3685]: Got DHCPv6 request Sat Jan 23 20:40:30 2021 daemon.info odhcpd[3685]: Using a RA lifetime of 1800 seconds on wl0_1 Sat Jan 23 20:40:25 2021 daemon.notice wansensing: (L3DHCP) runs L3DHCPMain.check(VDSL,supervision_wan6_ok) Sat Jan 23 20:40:25 2021 daemon.notice wansensing: (L3DHCP) runs L3DHCPMain.check(VDSL,supervision_wan_ok) Sat Jan 23 20:40:00 2021 cron.info crond[2425]: USER root pid 24393 cmd /sbin/trafficmon.lua Sat Jan 23 20:40:00 2021 cron.info crond[2425]: USER root pid 24391 cmd /usr/bin/thermalProtection /sys/devices/i2c-0/0-0048/hwmon/hwmon0/temp1_input /sys/devices/i2c-0/0-004f/hwmon/hwmon1/temp1_input Sat Jan 23 20:39:55 2021 daemon.notice wansensing: (L3DHCP) runs L3DHCPMain.check(VDSL,supervision_wan6_ok) Sat Jan 23 20:39:55 2021 daemon.notice wansensing: (L3DHCP) runs L3DHCPMain.check(VDSL,supervision_wan_ok) Sat Jan 23 20:39:44 2021 kern.crit kernel: [565993.424000] protocol 0800 is buggy, dev br-lan Sat Jan 23 20:39:28 2021 kern.crit kernel: [565977.226000] protocol 0800 is buggy, dev br-lan Sat Jan 23 20:39:28 2021 kern.crit kernel: [565977.226000] protocol 0800 is buggy, dev br-lan
  9. Issues has again happened - after 6 days of up time. Any ideas what is causing this - all other apps are working fine
  10. Thanks. I rebooted before seeing this, and the rapp now is working.
  11. Anyone having issues accessing this rapp within the DumaOS dash? Keeps giving the error that this "router app is not loaded yet please try again in a minute" Running DJA0231 18.1.c.0590, OS version 3.0.197 All the other apps are running fine
  12. Just on this, is it possible to have more classifications of devices in the Device Manager - for example, we have two smart air conditioners that are on our network and at the moment I lump in the "other" Device Type
  13. Thanks for the update. One other thing, you seem only to be able to disable the adblocker for the following time periods (per device) The large DISABLE at the bottom of the options, doesnt do anything when you click on it - so there is no way to disable a device until you choose to re-enable it (if that makes sense)
  14. Just wondering what the format is for adding a list of sites to a whitelist - the documentation provided doesnt explain it I am going into adblock Adblock Lists Whitelists Add list And adding the following The reason behind this is with adblocker enabled I am getting a lot of "local cache full" errors on my Xbox One X. And am testing the solution provided at https://discourse.pi-hole.net/t/commonly-whitelisted-domains/212 to see if that resolves the issue. Pausing adblocker on the Xbox seems to resolve it, but obviously I want a better solution than simply having to pause adblocker all the time
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