Browsing to tunnel host IP brings you to the pfSense interface
I set up a peer-to-peer shared-key connection and it's working great. I set my Tunnel network to 10.5.1.0/30 and my pfSense appliance on the client side to 10.5.1.10. When I navigate from the server side network to 10.5.1.10, I am greeted with the pfSense login which I would expect (currently I have it in HTTP mode). When I navigate to 10.5.1.1, I am again greeted by the pfSense login, but it has forwarded me to https://10.5.1.1. When I try and login I am presented with the following error:
An HTTP_REFERRER was detected other than what is defined in System -> Advanced (https://10.5.1.1/). If not needed, this check can be disabled in System - > Advanced -> Admin.
When I navigate to 10.5.1.2, I am also presented with the login, but this time it's the HTTP login. Upon trying to login, I am again presented with the error above (except it says http://10.5.1.2).
Now, I'm not saying I want 10.5.1.1 or 10.5.1.2 to work as it is not the address that I configured the pfSense appliance to - I'm just curious why it's even presenting the pfSense login in the first place.
Btw, navigating from the client side to 10.5.1.1 or 10.5.1.2 does nothing.