Accessing internal net with virtual IP via openVPN
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I have the following setup. An VM (which I cannot manage. so hardware is fixed) with one NIC (with public IP). Formerly I used an Ubuntu VM for accessing some web interfaces with static IPs. To do so, I assinging two IPs to the one NIC. I tunneled via X2go into the VM and access the web interfaces via browser … as you can see: not a elegant solution.
Thats why I want to use pfSense: It should do two things.
Giving me access to the machines with static IP (lets call that the internal net) via OpenVPN
serve as a gateway to the internet for the internal net (this is secondary)
I already configured openVPN and I can establish a connection. I also created a CARP IP. I can access the web interface via this IP. I can ping the machines in the internal net from the VM console via shell but I cannot access or ping this machines via openVPN.
Thing I want to do:
access the internal net (192.168.55.0/24) via openVPN (10.0.9.0/24)
close the webcfg access via public IP but leave ip open via virtual IP
make pfsense acting as a gateway for the internal net
virtual IP is 192.168.55.5/24
I know thats a lot. But I really hope you can help me.
Please feel freee to move this topic to another sub forum.