Pfsense routing between subnets
How to setup vlans with pfsense & unifi. also how to build
Gateways on Ethernet connections that are not in the interface’s IP subnet can’t be added under normal circumstances because it’s not a legitimate config, and FreeBSD won’t add the default gateway or issue ARP requests for IPs that aren’t explicitly linked subnets. To add such a gateway as a workaround, run:
Enable access to the gateway from outside the interface subnet. Fixes #972, #1847, and was tested (on 2.2.5) with that provider to ensure that the IPv4 component operated properly. IPv6 appears to insert the correct routes in the 2.3 test machine as well.
AT&T is already doing this on their network, forwarding DHCP with a /32 mask to some uverse gear like the NVG510, so when we patch this, we’ll need to account for this in dhclient-script as well.
Pfsense & chromecast across subnets/vlans w/ avahi
The benefit of routing traffic over private networking is that the client servers can be secured by a firewall and only be accessed via the internal IP address. If the client servers’ public interfaces are disabled, the only way to access them is via the router. It hides the internal network from the public Internet using NAT (…).
The servers must be linked to the internet. Since traffic will be routed via this server, an IP address for the router should be specified. The IP 10.0.0.1 cannot be used since it is already being used to route packages through many hosts.
Pfsense – defining an internal static route
I just found that your PFsense system is connected to your corporate network. Asymmetric routing to and from the external network is possible as a result of this. Put the PFSense box in its own DMZ and configure the routing as described.
Thank you so much!
Last but not least,
All works fine when adding routes to external networks from the LAN.
The final issue is that this route does not function from client-vpn.
I attempted to link to the office LAN from home, but the static route failed.
How can I include this path in the client vpn network as well? (192.168.99.x) is an IP address that can be found on the Internet.
Pfsense setting multiple static wan ip addresses / using
PfSense is installed on a server with three NICs. The first NIC connects to my ISP, while the second NIC connects to my office computers (LAN-1). I’ve wired the third NIC(LAN-2) to a device and want it to be able to connect to both the second and first NIC(LAN-1) (WAN).
The problem is that while I can ping LAN-2(184.108.40.206) from LAN-1(172.30.0.0/16), I can’t ping or track anything from LAN-2 to LAN-1, let alone the internet. When I ping from LAN-2, I get no answer, not even a timeout… it just stays blank until I disconnect, at which point it gives me an unreachable destination host message.