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pfBlockerNG / Re: Please help me whitelist part of a website
« on: February 23, 2018, 10:46:39 am »
I whitelisted the politico.com everywhere on pfblocker settings and still it is blocking all ads and the comments section. If I turn off pfblocker completely then yes everything comes back to normal with all ads.

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pfBlockerNG / Please help me whitelist part of a website
« on: February 16, 2018, 10:45:20 am »
Using pi hole ad list with pfsense but i'm having an issue with a website where the comment section is not loading. If you have pfblocker active go to politico.com and try to load the comment section of every article and you will see that it will not work.

Ads are being blocked fine but i just need the commnts section to load properly

Any help is appreciated

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Hardware / Re: Please help me understand my netgear CM600 modem
« on: January 06, 2017, 07:54:18 pm »
I suspected that but then if the only router is the one the isp has why is it so shitty?

I use my netgear r7000 has my router but having issues with speed because of too many devices running. I fear that I will still be having issues with my connection even after using a pfsense box.

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Hardware / Please help me understand my netgear CM600 modem
« on: January 06, 2017, 06:43:29 pm »
Let me preface by saying I'm really new with this pfsense stuff but really impressed on how much you can do with it.

Ok If I plug my ethernet cable directly to my pc from the cm600 I get internet so that means that the modem has routing capabilities? So my question is if I use a pfsense box how will it be doing the routing if the internet is coming from the cm600? I feel like even if I buy a $3000 pfsense box I will have a bottleneck because of the bad routing capabilities of the cm600... Or is there a way to disable the routing of the cm600 so pfsense can do its thing to its full potential?

I know for most of you this has an easy explanation but I just can't figure it out.

Any help is appreciated.

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