This is the same problem like here: http://forum.pfsense.org/index.php?topic=293.0
You have to use advanced outbound nat to create additional nat mappings for the internal networks pfsense doesn't see directly (in the webgui at Firewall>NAT, outbound tab).
Also make sure you have all routes setup accordingly.
Also, if you are using the Squid proxy package, all website accesses are tracked in /var/squid/logs/access.log. If you use authentication, the username will exist in this log as well. A GUI log viewer is in the works. Thanks!
Final update, I got it to work by switching to external port 6360, randomly picked off a chart of assigned ports. If anyone has similar problems, feel free to PM me and I'll help you through it. Thanks again everyone!
Good, im gonna try it tomorrow.
There is somewhere a docu about the ftp helper ? I looked everywhere, but im still dont now, what the helper is ?!
I like pfsense every day a little more and im sure, that now i spent more than 25h to even play and make tests with this firewall.
But its very sad, there is not a handbook availabe, because e.g. the trafic shaper configurations are so advanced, that u need absolutely a doc/book.
We need people to write it. pfSense is not even out of the alpha stage yet.
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