Server A from VPN Client side cannot ping VPN Server IP.



  • New to pfSense.
    Set up OPENVPN between two pfSense 2.3.2 with tap mode and bridge with one vlan. OpenVPN is up and VPN Client and Server can ping each other. But Server A on VPN Client side cannot ping VPN Server IP. From the VPN Server side pfSense, I can see the Server A’s IP on bridge interface but not on LAN interface.

    Server A can get DHCP from VPN Server. IP address is 192.168.137.250.

    VPN Server LAN IP: 192.168.137.252

    VPN Client LAN IP: 192.168.137.235

    Allow all traffic on LAN, Bridge and OPENVPN interface on both side.

    Any suggestion will be appreciated.



  • Same problems here.  Under the OpenVPN TAP configuration, I am unable to select the Bridge Interface because the selection is disabled.



  • @78firebird:

    Same problems here.  Under the OpenVPN TAP configuration, I am unable to select the Bridge Interface because the selection is disabled.

    Did you enabled the interface?



  • VPN interface and Bridge interface are both enabled.  Also modified a couple of the bridge system tunables found in another post without luck.

    Are you running 2.3.2?



  • Yes. The version is 2.3.2.



  • It looks like I might be having a more basic problem.  Attempting to create a basic interface bridge is failing.  Posted on the General category to get help on that.

    Did you have a procedure you followed for creating the VPN bridge?


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