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How to add a new range of IPs to a server on a private VLAN & one NIC?

I'd like to add some more IPs to my single ESXi server that I have through a hosting provider. When the server was set it up, I was given a /29 and was left with five IPs to use. But, there's ...
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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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Setup DMZ in Pfsense with virtual servers, physical Pfsense server

I am looking for some networking tips on how to set up a DMZ in Pfsense and place some virtual servers in that DMZ. Right now my network looks like: Uverse (Static IPs) -> Pfsense -> WAN -> (Virtual ...
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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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Alternative to pfSense for a production-ready firewall solution hosted in ESXi

I'm looking for an alternative to pfSense (2) that can be virtualized in VMWare ESXi. I've experienced several problems with pfSense to date and I feel like it is not a totally finished or polished ...
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How can I disable NTP in pfsense?

I am running my pfSense gateway in a ESXi server. right now the server gets its time from the NTP server specified in the general settings section of the WebGUI. I want to disable this so pfSense ...
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Setting up new gateway to split 1 internet feed to 3 networks

I am looking for some words of wisdom from the members of this forum. I do consulting work for three related non-profits in the same building. The three have decided to share the same internet pipe ...
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Pass through public IP addresses to pfSense

I have a server in my datacenter that has multiple publicly routed IP addresses, and I'm now running ESXi to manage it. Before, I had some VMs running under the host that created a network: inet ...
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Best practice for load balancing and virtualisation

I made some searches here and didn't find anything relevant enough for me. I'll try to be as brief as I can. I currently have OSX servers, three of them. I am moving to a virtualisation enviroment ...