PfSense not visible when login in from outside
as shown on the attached image, the pfSense logo do not appear when I log-in via dyndns. When I log-in from LAN it is there.
I use the pfsense-dark theme in version 2.4.0-RELEASE (amd64).
huh? So you mean your accessing the web gui from the public internet via your wan IP? Not a very good idea at all!
Or you mean your hitting some dyndns fqdn while behind pfsense so your hitting your wan IP from the lan side?
I know, you are right, not a good idea, but I limited the access only to my company wan IP range. Do you think it is nevertheless unsecured?
Yes I access the web gui from the public internet via my wan IP…
Why would you not just vpn in? It takes all of 30 seconds to setup openvpn.. If your company blocks outbound.. You can always use tcp 443 ;) Shoot I bounce off proxy at work this way to get vpn in..
If you have it locked down to your work IP range.. Only people from work could hit it so better. Just don't get why not just vpn in - now you can have access to everything not just the web gui of pfsense.
But to your logo issue.. flush your cache on your browser..
OMG sooo easy :-( (But to your logo issue.. flush your cache on your browser..) Thanks, johnpoz
I will think about vpn. Nice would be a client, which must not be installed on the client system and runs on all OS. Just execute from an USB stick
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Nice would be a client, which must not be installed on the client system and runs on all OS. Just execute from an USB stick