This is a Proxmox topic and i'm not an expert on it.
@sujan-0 said in Wireless interface not visible:
I have installed pfSence successfully with 2 network interface vmbr0 and vmbr1
vmbr1 has no network adapter connected yet.
If you install pfSense with to interfaces, it uses the first one for WAN, the second for LAN. However, it allows only access on LAN, but that might be connected to vmbr1 which is not connected to any network.
If you only enable one interface, the GUI should be accessible on this.
Or if you're running other VMs on Proxmox, you can connect to vmbr1 as well as pfSense and access the GUI from there.
However, basically if your router provides DHCP, pfSense should pull an IP from it on WAN if it's connected to vmbr0.
post-up iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -s '192.168.8.0/24' -o wlan0 -j MASQUERADE
I think, there is no reason to have a masqerading rule on the wifi.