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Mar
12
comment No names resolve in new BIND installation - wondering if issue is that BIND cannot resolve the NS
Authoritative... please let me know which config I should post. I'll start posting some now.
Mar
12
asked No names resolve in new BIND installation - wondering if issue is that BIND cannot resolve the NS
Mar
12
comment Can I use my pfSense WAN IP as public IP for 1:1 NAT? What about port forwarding?
Ok - so basically, for every pfSense in your CARP subnet you are going to need to reserve a public IP (if you want failover to work).
Mar
12
asked Can I use my pfSense WAN IP as public IP for 1:1 NAT? What about port forwarding?
Mar
9
comment Fresh CentOS 6.2 / Ubuntu Server Installation on VMWare ESXi - can connect to LAN net but not Internet
Yes, well in Advanced Outbound NAT, the address was set to 10.2.1.1, which was asinine of me. I changed this value to Interface Address as well as CARP shared address, and both worked. Basically, it wanted a WAN address to use there and I was giving it a local address
Mar
9
comment Fresh CentOS 6.2 / Ubuntu Server Installation on VMWare ESXi - can connect to LAN net but not Internet
Thank you Max. The bounty is yours. In my CARP setup, I had a LAN address set for my advanced outbound NAT LAN-to-WAN rule rather than Interface address or another CARP address. Changing it fixed everything.
Mar
9
comment Fresh CentOS 6.2 / Ubuntu Server Installation on VMWare ESXi - can connect to LAN net but not Internet
@Ryan, thanks for your help... Max is right, it was a NAT problem.
Mar
9
accepted Fresh CentOS 6.2 / Ubuntu Server Installation on VMWare ESXi - can connect to LAN net but not Internet
Mar
9
comment Fresh CentOS 6.2 / Ubuntu Server Installation on VMWare ESXi - can connect to LAN net but not Internet
@Ryan, again though why would this work for every windows host without issue but fail for a linux host?
Mar
9
comment Fresh CentOS 6.2 / Ubuntu Server Installation on VMWare ESXi - can connect to LAN net but not Internet
@Ryan, I also posted the States filtered for expression 8.8.8.8 in web configurator. The result is four states with a 0:0 status.
Mar
9
revised Fresh CentOS 6.2 / Ubuntu Server Installation on VMWare ESXi - can connect to LAN net but not Internet
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Mar
9
comment Fresh CentOS 6.2 / Ubuntu Server Installation on VMWare ESXi - can connect to LAN net but not Internet
@Ryan, I went ahead and removed all that info to increase space. Now I've posted my routes table for pfSense, nothing unusual
Mar
9
revised Fresh CentOS 6.2 / Ubuntu Server Installation on VMWare ESXi - can connect to LAN net but not Internet
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Mar
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comment Fresh CentOS 6.2 / Ubuntu Server Installation on VMWare ESXi - can connect to LAN net but not Internet
But I am able to ping 8.8.8.8 without issue from all of my Windows hosts behind the firewall. Also, I am able to ping it from pf device itself.
Mar
9
comment Fresh CentOS 6.2 / Ubuntu Server Installation on VMWare ESXi - can connect to LAN net but not Internet
@Ryan thanks , I couldnt find that in the pfSense ARP table and I was wondering why
Mar
9
comment Fresh CentOS 6.2 / Ubuntu Server Installation on VMWare ESXi - can connect to LAN net but not Internet
@cjc I have posted the output of a tcpdump -i em1 host 10.2.1.99 from the pf device
Mar
9
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Mar
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comment Fresh CentOS 6.2 / Ubuntu Server Installation on VMWare ESXi - can connect to LAN net but not Internet
@cjc, done... it's been added to my question now.
Mar
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Mar
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comment Fresh CentOS 6.2 / Ubuntu Server Installation on VMWare ESXi - can connect to LAN net but not Internet
@Ryan I added two lines of output from that command, but almost all of the output was related to my shell session.