ISP tech using VM Deployment
How the good source deployments work
Admin architecture (DNS servers)
DNS servers only need a database connection to function properly, so you can deploy them anywhere.
Optionally, auto-categorization can work remotely over http.
Auto-categorization architecture (DNS servers)
Auto-categorization works the same way when DNS is hosted on individual servers.
The only difference is that the new domain notifier lives alongside the DNS on the server.
This keeps the complexity out of the server deployment.
Browsing history architecture (DNS servers)
DNS servers connect to the same clickhouse instance as the rest of your deployment.
Clickhoused lives on the server and uploads history to the ingress in batches.
Per-device DNS filtering
Support per-client device filtering, per-client device browsing history, and optionally, advanced screentime features by updating or deploying routers with our router API.
No special integrations or IP linking necessary.
Gives the same functionality as our
router with a whitelabeled UI.
All features can be controlled from the same online dashboard that supports per-household and mobile device filtering.
Per-network DNS filtering
Let users block sites and categories on a per network (e.g. household) level, without replacing any existing CPEs/routers.
Just associate users with their external IP via RADIUS feed or similar, using your deployment's API.
Support per-household filtering in CG-NAT networks by adding servers inside the internal network.
Just associate users with their internal IP via RADIUS feed or similar, using your deployment's API.
Optionally deploy lightweight encrypted DNS to extend protection beyond the home, or fork our open source apps to provide your own experience.
Supports DOH, DOT, DNSCrypt and plain DNS.
Easily support mobile devices running Windows 11, macOS, iOS, and Android.
Supports site blocking & browsing history for mobile devices.
Detect disconnections and notify users.
Screentime architecture (DNS servers)
Screentime works the same with separate DNS servers. The only difference is that ipsetd lives alongside the DNS on the server and uploads to the ipsetd ingress in batches.
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