[pfSense] pfSense help with creating rules
Jason T. Slack-Moehrle
slackmoehrle at gmail.com
Thu Feb 9 15:43:09 EST 2012
> > I restarted the pfSense box and noticed that when it rebooted it had:
> > WAN (wan) --> em1 --> 75.xx.xx.28
> > LAN (lan) --> em3 --> 172.16.254.1
> > DMZ (opt1) --> em2 --> NONE
> > That is correct, right, since my servers in 75.xx.xx.xx are on the
> > DMZ? Do I have to do anything to tell pfSense it should answer for my
> > IP's? I recall when I ran untangle I had to sell it what IP's to
> > "answer" for.
> If you don't have an IP address for opt1 (DMZ), that would mean that
> you're bridging with WAN? I think you should be routing instead, but I
> don't know exactly your goals.
Well my WAN has one of my 5 public IP's. I have 75.xx.xx.25 - .29 with a gateway of .30
So I have a few other public IP's on servers that I wanted on a DMZ. Just port 80 actually.
So I want traffic on port 80 coming in through WAN getting routed to .27 which is on the DMZ. That way people hit my domain they get that box.
So far I am not having luck getting this to work. I certainly have a misunderstanding, I am just not sure what.
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