Route 2 different networks
iruindegi last edited by
Hi, I have 2 Networks:
172.28.64.0/24 => Gateway 172.28.64.2
192.168.1.0/24 => Gateway 192.168.1.1
Now I haver a Server (Debian Proxmox) with 2 nics:
Eth0 => Network 172.28.26.0/24
Eth1 => Network 192.168.1.1/24
I installed pfsense on a VM with 2 NICs
eth0 is 172.28.64.249
eth1 is 192.168.1.100
I want to set pfsense on some of the computer of my LAN (172.28.64.0 ) as a gateway to go to internet. (This router is faster thant the other)
I´m noob with pfsense… so... how to say to fresh installed pfsense: all the traffic that comes from LAN (eth0) route all to eth(1) ?
I know we can do it with VLANs but in our scenario it is not possible.
Thanks a lot
Makes no sense… So you want to replace your current router(s) with pfsense? These routers you have at
172.28.64.2 and another one at 192.168.1.1, I assume you have different ISPs?? Why not just use pfsense with dual wan and use 1 network behind and then let pfsense load balance or failover or use policy routing to determine what host uses what wan connection based up whatever criteria you want to use, etc.