I would like to use Piehole (or another add blocking/security enabling feature) for my home network.
My Synology NAS supports Docker, so I stumbled upon this article: http://tonylawrence.com/posts/unix/synology/free-your-synology-ports/
Not going to buy a Pie, my Synology is good enough and dont want extra hardware to buy/maintain/configure anyway.
I like the idea of Docker/containers since I do think it is the future, I have no Docker experience whatsoever for now. My questions:
-is Piehole the right protection tool to use or are there better (Docker) solutions?
-if I follow the procedure described, what to do then, just point my dhcp dns to the ip of Synology? Any config I can do to the Piehole? Then where? Not clear to me.
-I also have a Synology Router mc2200 ac, can/should I combine it's security features?
Thanks for your input!