AdGuard Home is a network-wide software for blocking ads & tracking
Adguard is similar to Pi-Hole with more features. Comparison of Adguard to Pi-Hole
The below configuration has worked for me. I am a big fan of helm charts, and I’ll be using AdGuard chart
Pull chart locally
helm repo add billimek https://billimek.com/billimek-charts/ helm fetch billimek/adguard-home
deployment to use
#templates/deployment.yaml ... spec: hostNetwork: true securityContext: ...
bind_host to Kubernetes host IP in
# values.yaml configAsCode: enabled: true config: bind_host: 192.168.0.101 bind_port: 3000 dns: bind_host: 192.168.0.101
securityContext to run as a
privileged pod, drop all capabilities and add
# values.yaml securityContext: privileged: true capabilities: drop: - ALL add: - NET_BIND_SERVICE
nodeSelector to assign a pod to that node.
# values.yaml nodeSelector: kubernetes.io/hostname: node3
Deploy helm chart
helm install adguard-home
Wait for AdGuard pods.
kubectl get pods NAME READY STATUS RESTARTS AGE adguard-adguard-home-67975f7768-v6bg9 1/1 Running 0 43h
Configure your devices to use your AdGuard Home
Once we’ve established that AdGuard Home has deployed, you can use it on other computers in your network by changing their system DNS settings to use the Kubernetes node’s IP address (which is 192.168.0.101 in our case).