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i will install Ubuntu LTS on a machine and then owncloud software.
i want to use pfsense to lock the access to this Ubuntu machine from outside.
But i see that i cant install Ubuntu + pfsense because pfsense has its own OS
So maybe i have to have one machine with 2 NIC'S (for WAN AND LAN) and then on the LAN i put a switch to connect pfsense and Ubuntu machine
phil.davis last edited by
Yes, pfSense is a separate machine on the way in to your network. But you can run it as a VM along with other VMs on the same physical hardware, and have pfSense be the real front-end WAN and then talk to the other VMs in the back end (or out another ethernet or VLAN to more backend systems.