Multiple Public IPs on Azure virtual appliance
I'm running an Azure-based virtual appliance running version 2.3.4. Does anyone have any tips on adding a second or third public IP to the appliance?
Does each IP need a separate virtual NIC or can pfSense handle the multiple IP config built into Azure?
You've to add additional IPs as virtual IP in Firewall > Virtual IPs. Add it as type IP Alias to the WAN interface.
@viragomann can you explain this setup a bit more starting from the azure console. The additional IP's would need to be binded to the pFsense WAN interface using powershell first correct?