Cannot upload



  • I already install pfsense on a pc for home network use, my lan have ip: 192.168.100.2 and wan is on dhcp (192.168.100.41), the problem is that I cannot upload files (neither ftp nor tomcat) or take upload speed test, It takes 0.00 Mbps, help please.


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    @ssaulinn:

    lan have ip: 192.168.100.2

    wan is on dhcp 192.168.100.41

    You can't have LAN & WAN on same network segment



  • @ptt:

    @ssaulinn:

    lan have ip: 192.168.100.2

    wan is on dhcp 192.168.100.41

    You can't have LAN & WAN on same network segment

    thanks for answer, Do I put ISP public IP on wan? thanks again



  • thanks for answer, Do I put ISP public IP on wan? thanks again

    Normally, your WAN address is automagically assigned via DHCP or PPPoE.  How do you get your Internet connection?



  • @JKnott:

    thanks for answer, Do I put ISP public IP on wan? thanks again

    Normally, your WAN address is automagically assigned via DHCP or PPPoE.  How do you get your Internet connection?

    thanks for answer, It comes like this: pc <- hub(lan) <- router <- internet(ADSL)



  • thanks for answer, It comes like this: pc <- hub(lan) <- router <- internet(ADSL)

    Why do you have a router ahead of pfSense?  Is it part of the ADSL modem?  If so, can you put it into bridge mode?



  • @JKnott:

    thanks for answer, It comes like this: pc <- hub(lan) <- router <- internet(ADSL)

    Why do you have a router ahead of pfSense?  Is it part of the ADSL modem?  If so, can you put it into bridge mode?

    thanks for answer, I tried to setup a PPPoE connection on pfsense, adding the user and pass, but nothing matters, what am I missing?



  • Does your ADSL modem include a router?  If so, have you placed it in bridge mode, to bypass that router?



  • @JKnott:

    Does your ADSL modem include a router?  If so, have you placed it in bridge mode, to bypass that router?

    thanks for answer, but router have disabled this option, any other option?



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