New rules being created against the policy
I have got Pfsense 1.2 installed on a Dell 2950 with both WAN and LAN connected to the same network. The problem I am having is that the server creates states like
udp 192.168.16.2:137 <- 192.168.16.254:137
This is causing the firewall to create huge state table and transmit hug amount of taffice and flood the network. I have put some rules in pleace to try and stop this but some states are still being create.
Why that network setup?, it´s bound be problem with that
GruensFroeschli last edited by
I have got Pfsense 1.2 installed on a Dell 2950 with both WAN and LAN connected to the same network.
Unless this is a bridged setup it wont work.
LAN and WAN have to be in separate subnets for pfSense to be able to route.
reason being is that I have inherited this network and I can't just rip out the old one :(. Wail I do agree and think it is a really bad idear this is the way I have been told I have to do it.
inhereting networks sucks ;), but what´s the point of having this configuration at all?
Cry Havok last edited by
As has been said, as you currently have it configured it can't work and won't work.
well that no biggy gives me more reason to change it sooner.