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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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Vlan between Pfsense and Proxim hotspots

We want to plugin some hotspots to an existing network. Because we will account the hotspot traffic, it is important to route all traffic from the hotspots to the hotspot router. I tried to do the ...
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Designing segmented LAN with fairly shared hi-speed internet access on a tight budget

With another member of the owners' association, I've been tasked with designing and setting up shared, hi-speed, internet access, for our apartment building. We have very little budget and hope to be ...
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PFSense VLAN's - clients cant access devices on a defined VLAN

I'm having an issue setting up pfSense with VLAN's, basically, the pfSense boxes can ping the devices on the tagged vlan, but clients routing through pfSense cannot. There are two Cisco SG500 ...
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pfSense 1.2.3 can't talk ARP beyond a switch two hops away

I have the following devices on vlan93 on my network: pfsense (192.168.93.1) core-sw1 (192.168.93.2) edge-sw1 (192.168.93.3) pf-switch (192.168.93.100) devices (192.168.93.120) Physical ...
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VLAN trunk port not working with ESXi 5

I just purchased my first VLAN-capable switch (SLM2008T-NA), and I tried to configure my first vlan on it. However, I am not able to make my trunk port work with ESXi 5. Here is my current setup: ...
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Is it possible to assign a VLAN to an alias of network interface in pfsense?

My goal is to build a redundant pfSense cluster (as described in this article : http://doc.pfsense.org/index.php/Configuring_pfSense_Hardware_Redundancy_(CARP) The problem is that i only have 2 ...
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Connect to multiple AP with one Wifi adapter under Linux/FreeBSD?

How can I connect to more than one Wifi access point simultaneously using a single wireless adapter? I'm currently using pfSense as my home router and I want it to connect to multiple APs wirelessly. ...