I am on release 2.3.3. I needed to move a NAT to a different router. I deleted the rule, the NAT and the Virtual IP and moved this IP to another router. When I saw it would not pass traffic on the new router I looked the the pfSense router firewall log and it showed that the traffic from the deleted NAT was being blocked by the Default deny rule IPv4.
What do I need to clear the NAT data from the router so it will route correctly?
Going to need a bit more info dude.. And how is this feedback?
Thank you for the quick response. Not sure what there is to add. I had a public IP set up on the router. It was set using a Virtual IP image ps-1, the NAT image ps-2, a fire wall rule image ps-3. I needed to move that public IP to a different router. I deleted the Rule then the NAT and finally the VIP.
When I set up the NAT on the second router the device the public IP was pointed to did not have internet access.
When I went back to the pfSense router the public IP I moved was still routing through the pfSense router even though all references to it were removed, image 4 .If I point the server back to the pfSense gateway an IP check returns the broadcast IP of the router which is what you expect for a device with no NAT. I did try a reboot on the router.
I am working on this remotely and only have access to the router through the GUI.
Any insight would be greatly appreciated.
Obviously the IP you deleted on pfSense is routed to another one which is still assigned to pfSense WAN or the ISPs routers ARP table still isn't refreshed.