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[TheBug]: I am sorry, I had to edit it a few times. Lesson learned sorry for inconvenience. I just wanted to share my solution in case anybody else faces that issue. I will post it on the forum again.
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<Xogium "the problem with matrix is that "> Thanks for pointing to that, I looked at the source of my message and it was a mess it contained the big quote 3 times. I will avoid using matrix in this manner in the future.
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@freebsdbytes (FreeBSD Bytes): @mimu_muc @opnsense Running @PiholeS on an @armbian currently and really liking it. Would be great to have it available as @opnsense plugin too. https://tinyurl.com/yy2sn4bv (19s ago)
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man, i have changed my 4G ISP, it worked for a week and now speed is capped at 4Mbs and it's varying to zero all the time, fucking telecoms!
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it'll brake for sure
@mimu_muc (Michael): @freebsdbytes @opnsense @PiholeS @armbian PiHole has a FreeBSD port?? https://tinyurl.com/y4xpt3x7 (11s ago)
stipa: have you read about changing MTU and such to avoid that type of stuff? I am not well versed but read / seen some different videos on it, my understanding would be you would need a router that allowed it or a linux device to handle routing to do it with any success but it involves modifying the MTU to avoid 'hotspot' use detection so it doesn't limit you like that after X amount of
now , at your own risk of course and the legailites of doing so I am not sure of in your jurisdiction and I would never suggest you break the law