Traffic blocked between ports
wubs last edited by
I'm running pfSense on my Watchguard Firebox XTM 515. It's got 6 gigabit NICs and a 10/100 NIC. I have a Ubiquiti UniFi AC Pro AP.
Current config is as such:
WAN=em0 (gigabit port 0)
Access point is connected to OPT1 and BRIDGE0 consists of all OPT# ports. They're all enabled as well. I don't have anything listed in wireless interfaces. I'm not sure if that matters or not.
Each port seems to be isolated from one another because if a device is connected to the AP, it can see other devices. However, if I'm connected via ethernet to OPT2, I can't see any of those devices. The AP doesn't do anything that I'm aware of. I configured it to use pfSense for DHCP. I'm not sure what else would be interfering with that. I did have to bring out an old router running OpenWRT (with the exact same address pool) in order to configure the AP the first time due to this. Any ideas?
"Access point is connected to OPT1 and BRIDGE0 consists of all OPT# ports."
You don't need a firewall/router you needed a 30$ switch…
Grimson Banned last edited by
By default, traffic is filtered on the member interfaces and not on the bridge interface itself. This behavior may be changed by toggling the values of net.link.bridge.pfil_member and net.link.bridge.pfil_bridge under System > Advanced on the System Tunables tab. With them set at 0 and 1, respectively, then filtering would be performed on the bridge only.