[pfSense] DMZ with dual WAN
imrouter at gmail.com
Wed Feb 29 07:33:16 EST 2012
If your ISP uses PPPoE then you can assign PPPoE based WAN connections form
connection type of interface settings, By doing this your firewall will get
the WAN IP and you will avoid Dual NAT .
On Wed, Feb 29, 2012 at 3:36 PM, Pankaj Kumar <pankajnhsrc at gmail.com> wrote:
> My ISP provided me one modem, through modem i am connected with Ethernet .
> i don't required to put ip manually its works on DHCP
> please let me know in this case we need to do something in modem or i can
> connect in Pf-sense ?
> On Wed, Feb 29, 2012 at 10:53 AM, Chris Buechler <cmb at pfsense.org> wrote:
>> On Tue, Feb 28, 2012 at 11:31 PM, Pankaj Kumar <pankajnhsrc at gmail.com>
>> > Hi, I have setup PfSense2.0.1 with four network interface card 2 for
>> wan and
>> > 2 for LAN and DMZ interface.
>> >> is it possible to assign both WAN traffic to each other i mean WAN1
>> >> go on LAN and WAN2 should go DMZ?
>> >> how to access web server on DMZ with public ip of WAN2?
>> >> what should be the connection type of WAN because i have broadband
>> >> connection which is coming through ADSL modem (modem working as DHCP)
>> >> PfSense.?
>> Depends on your ISP, we have no idea how they need you to configure
>> >> how to connect LAN and DMZ network to work like a single LAN?, So i can
>> >> access web server from LAN through internal IP and access the print
>> >> from server?
>> Allow what traffic you require via firewall rules.
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