Forward IP from VLAN to WAN port on modem



  • Hello.

    I have a fiber connection and my ISP is providing 2 VLAN.
    VLAN 100 phone
    VLAN 102 Internet
    The two VLANs are createt on (bce0)

    I have assigned VLAN 102 (internet) to my WAN (bce0) interface on pfsense box and this is working.

    VLAN 100 is assigned to a free nic (re0). It is set to DHCP and receives ip 10.91.220.xx and gateway 10.91.208.xx

    What I want is to connect my ISP modem WAN port to re0 interface and use it for phone.
    Is this possible without a manageable switc?



  • ISP –- Modem ---VLAN100 & 102 --- pfSense --- Cisco Spa112 or SPA122 --- VOIP Phones

    This would be my way to solve around it.



  • @BlueKobold:

    ISP –- Modem ---VLAN100 & 102 --- pfSense --- Cisco Spa112 or SPA122 --- VOIP Phones

    This would be my way to solve around it.

    Thank you BlueKobold, but i was hoping to make it work withouth buying any new devices. But if I buy a Cisco Spaxxx what information do I need from my ISP to configure the Spa. I am afraid my ISP wont give much information.



  • Thank you BlueKobold, but i was hoping to make it work without buying any new devices. But if I buy a Cisco Spaxxx what information do I need from my ISP to configure the Spa.

    I pretty sure it will run under special set up conditions and something does the trick for you,  but how more often you will
    be using such work around then how more often or at one day nothing really will going ahead or still along the road based
    on many "special" things. And how more often you will stay or match the most common or well known way, how better it
    will be running with all other things besides or on top of this.

    I am afraid my ISP wont give much information.

    You will be able to speak to him and tell him also your wishes and needs and then he must tell you something
    about his doings and work. I would give it a shot to see if it will be more easy to go with or another solution must
    be jumping in here.


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