Block Every Ad FOREVER

laatste update: 02-2023

This tutorial will show you how to setup a PiHole Network wide ad blocker using a Rapsberry Pi Zero WH.

1. Install a supported operating system
You can run Pi-hole in a container, or deploy it directly to a supported operating system via our automated installer.



2. Install Pi-hole
Our intelligent, automated installer asks you a few questions and then sets everything up for you. Once complete, move onto step 3.


3. Use Pi-hole as your DNS server
Configure your router’s DHCP options to force clients to use Pi-hole as their DNS server, or manually configure each device​ to use the Pi-hole as their DNS server.


4. Block ads everywhere, even on the go
By pairing your Pi-hole with a VPN, you can have ad blocking on your cellular devices, helping with limited bandwidth data plans.


Network-wide protection
Instead of browser plugins or other software on each computer, install Pi-hole in one place and your entire network is protected.

Block in-app advertisements
Network-level blocking allows you to block ads in non-traditional places such as mobile apps and smart TVs, regardless of hardware or OS.

Improve network performance
Since advertisements are blocked before they are downloaded, network performance is improved and will feel faster.

Monitor statistics
Our Web interface offers control of your Pi-hole and a central place to view statistics. We also include an API for extending these stats.

The Raspberry Pi 4 is the most powerful Pi yet. It packs cutting-edge features like USB-C power input, two video outputs that can each run an external 4K monitor, and a choice of RAM complements—a first for any Raspberry Pi. With all this extra potential in a board much the same size as earlier Pi models, comes a lot of heat that could lead to shutdowns, especially if you’re using the Pi 4 to stream video or perform other such resource-intensive tasks. The improvements also bring a higher price—the $55 version we tested, with 4GB of onboard memory, costs a $20 premium over the $35 base price. Altogether, though, the improvements are significant and make the Pi 4 a compelling maker board, a hobbyist’s best friend, or even a budget desktop PC for those willing to tinker.

A Tiny Single-Board System
The Raspberry Pi 4 is a tiny single-board computer, which means that all of its components, from the memory to the USB ports, fit on one PCB without add-on cards or accessories. It measures 2.2 by 3.4 inches and stands about 0.6 inch tall. It’s hardly the only inexpensive single-board computer out there, but thanks in part to the efforts of its creator (the nonprofit, education-focused Raspberry Pi Foundation), it’s the best known.

28 gedachten over “Block Every Ad FOREVER”

  1. Him:It's free
    Me:Oh great let's se-
    Him:Buy Rass-
    Me: Scrolls down, hehe what a great hack. Indeed skipped the ad

    Me(inside):The hek.. Dang it!

  2. Well, it's free, but you sure will
    pay a few bucks for the raspberry pi.

  3. Plot twist: big tech companies start charging for "free" services such as email, social network and cloud storage due to low ads revenue

  4. Send internet traffic through pi? So pi will create wifi access point? If so that is going to super slow + it can't handle lot of users i think 3 max anything more than that pi will just give up.

  5. Its just change dns solve your problem

  6. I love this but then think about all the people who run their lives by receiving ad revenue from their creations

  7. Pi Zero is cheap, like 20 dollars. But it doesn't work for google sites.

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