WAN and LAN on the same subnet for transparent proxy?
quick question here, I was wondering if I can setup a PfSense like this, so he can work as a transparent proxy :
WAN : 192.x.x.74/24
LAN : 192.x.x.75/24
I think it's not possible, but I'm starting here, and I search how to add a transparent proxy for me.
Thanks by advance
jahonix last edited by
Do you really want a transparent proxy or a filtering bridge?
You mean something like this?
Yes, a transparent proxy @jahonix :)
I want to keep logs from where users are going but without modifying there PC, so transparent proxy.
And @Derelict, thank you but this isn't what I meant, I know how to install Squid on PfSense but I'm not PfSense will accept the configuration I wrote in the first post :
WAN : 192.168.1.74/24
LAN : 192.168.1.75/24
I suppose if PfSense accept this, he will accept Squid either, but that's the point, will he accept that? :)
robi last edited by
Asking such questions means you don't understand how Ethernet works.
doktornotor Banned last edited by
You cannot have WAN and LAN on the same subnet, no.
Which has nothing to do with how a transparent proxy works anyway..
Well, I was pretty much sure I wouldn't be able to do that, but I was searching a confirmation.
Sorry for the silly question and thanks @doktornotor for the answer!