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Running pfSense inside Proxmox, for VM NAT?

I'm not sure where to ask this question, so I thought i'd be best off starting here. I am renting a dedicated server from Kimsufi, to be used for running several virtual machines (mainly game ...
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pfSense NAT routing using VLANs

We already have pfSense installed and it is working for our single IP address on 1.1.1.1. We also have a further 3 ip addresses (1.1.1.2, 1.1.1.3, 1.1.1.4) which are set up as VLANs on the WAN ...
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257 views

pfsense nat between two internal ip

TL;DR What technology should I use to translate an internal address (192.168.1.10) to another internal address (192.168.1.11)? So that when I access the first I get redirected to the other? Long ...
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283 views

How to NAT behind public IP on pFsense before IPSEC to Cisco ASA?

I have two networks: Local 192.168.1.0/24 and Remote 10.8.8.8/24. On the local network I have installed pFsense as gateway. On the remote network there is a Cisco ASA that I don't have control over. ...
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288 views

Single Public IP for Multiple VPN Users?

I'd like to ask if I'm looking in the right direction. We have: 1 x VPN server (Windows SBS 2003) 5 x VPN users (One Public IP) Currently, from our remote office, only one user at a time is able ...
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2k views

Routing traffic through IPSec with NAT and IP Alias in pfSense

I have a pfSense firewall and I need to connect to a remote site (form my client). I'm running into several issues, and don't see traffic flowing in any way. Here's my setup: LAN is 192.168.0.0/16 ...
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618 views

pfense needs to be rebooted to effect a change in existing NAT

Using PFSense ver:2.0-RC1 (i386) When changing an existing NAT rule in pfsense I find that the rule doesn't work when: 1. the rule existed but with a change to its port number or destination LAN ip ...
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1answer
241 views

Virtual pfSense Appliance on VMWare Host

I am having some issues setting up the WAN side of pfSense. I have ordered a dedicated box through a hosting service with ESXi loaded on it. Along with that I have 3 public IP addresses that will ...
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1answer
316 views

Building a router / NAT and need to compare performance of FreeBSD 8 v RHEL 6 [closed]

I am going to be setting up a router and NAT device but I am unable to choose between pfSense 2.x (FreeBSD 8) and RHEL 6. The device will need to forward a medium (2k hosts) sized network where ...
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1answer
422 views

pfsense firewall filter rules behind nat?

i am new in pfsense i have vmware which pfsense and windows xp are installed on them pfsense in using ip 192.168.44.1 for LAN and 192.168.121.129 for wan (which is NAT) my win xp ip is 192.168.44.2 ...
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221 views

NAT and ISP Subnet when load balancing on pfsense?

I have a pfsense box that I'm trying to plan the configuration for. I am going to be load balancing two ISP's, each with their own /29 static IP subnet. The question I have is in relation to the way ...
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Pfsense Virtual IP NATing

Am setting up Pfsense 2.0 but am stuck when it comes to port forwarding/Natting. I've done it before but not using Virtual IPs. Say I have WAN on 11.11.11.1 and LAN on 192.168.5.5, I have added a ...
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pfSense router on a LAN with two gateways

I have a LAN with an ADSL modem/router on it. We have just gained an alternative high-speed internet connection at our location, and I want to connect the LAN to it, eventually dropping the ADSL. ...
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1answer
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Can I use my pfSense WAN IP as public IP for 1:1 NAT? What about port forwarding?

I have a dual pfSense configuration with CARP. Both WAN interfaces are assigned consecutive WAN IP .150, .151. I think it is silly that pfSense would require them both to have these dedicated IP so I ...
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1answer
586 views

Order of application of NAT rules in pfSense 2

In pfSense 2.0, I have a bunch of WAN CARP Virtual IPs and a bunch of 1:1 NAT rules defined associating these IPs to LAN subnet hosts. If I set up Port Forwarding rules that forward from CARP IPs ...
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1answer
309 views

PFSense new network, NAT and Firewalling

We have a PFSENSE installation with a few physical interfaces defined: 192.168.1.0/24 - LAN 192.168.2.0/24 - WIFI 192.168.3.0/24 - SERVERS 10.61.88.0/23 - New Requirement..... read on The new ...
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2k views

public ip resolves externally but not internally

I have a one to one NAT on pfsense that assigns a public IP to an internal IP (running a web server). When I open the public IP from an internal machine, it will not resolve to the internal IP, ...
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2answers
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Slow upload speeds with pfsense virtual appliance

I have a pfSense virtual appliance set up in front of a Windows server. The pfSense appliance has been configured with two L2L IPSec VPN sites and not too much else. The appliance has two vNics which ...
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1answer
703 views

Transparently proxying HTTP to a SOCKS server that is provided by SSH on an Ubuntu box in pfSense

I'm trying to transparently proxy HTTP requests in a LAN that is served by a pfSense router over SSH. So far, I've tried setting up an Ubuntu box outside that network and forwarding everything going ...
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1answer
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Setup 1:1 NAT using pfSense

pfSense box: Public IPs 208.43.30.118-.117 Private IP : 192.168.1.1 I need to provide 1:1 NAT mapping to a VM in the private network 192.168.1.5 I am unable to get 1:1 NAT working though it ...
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1answer
626 views

pfSense NAT failing - TCP connection built, no traffic

I have a pfSense VM configured with two vNIC's that are both connected to the same VLAN. The pfSense has been configured to a static IP. I have a VM with one vNIC that is configured to use a manually ...
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NAT Reflection, or Split DNS?

I'm working on a network restructure that has three geographical locations, but will share some services. Two of the locations have workstations, and one has only servers (in a CoLo facility). We will ...
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How do I assign a public IP to a machine behind a pfSense box using 1:1 NAT?

This should be dead simple but for the life of me, I can't get it working. I must be doing something stupid. I have a PFsense server with a public IP address. Behind it is three LAN segments: [ ...