Proper way to set up a global local DNS Server
Good day all. I am an end-user of the T70 Firewall since they were brand new. I am in need of properly setting up my DNS server that applies to all networks on my unit. Here is what I have done so far: I have formatted a Raspberry Pi for use as a DNS Server (Pihole), and assigned it to a reserved address on 192.168.111.3 on my "Trusted" network. I then went to the DNS tab on my Interfaces section of Networks and specified that address as the ONLY DNS server. I then checked "enable DNS Forwarding" and had the T70 listen on "Trusted, Optional and Custom" interfaces. I did NOT specify a Domain name sinece my server is local to the T70 on the "Trusted" interface. I am running three networks on this unit, (2 wireless and one wired) with each network having its own IP range (Trusted 192.168.111.x, Optional 192.168.0.x, and Trusted Wireless 192.168.100.x). Did I do this right? Do I need to check the "DNS Forwarding" tab? I am hopeful it is this easy, as I want all networks to use this local DNS Server and not external network ones. I apologize if I sound like a newbie, but I am NOT a Network Professional, this unit is in my home and I bought it for its robust Firewall capabilities. Thank you all for answering my qyestion.