2 Subnets Static IP Range from ISP
scottnguyen last edited by
Can someone please clarify the proper terminology for having two different subnets on one WAN interface? I know how to setup one-to-one NAT in pfSense but the ISP we use gave us another set of static ip since we had two T1's bonded. I want to use the other set of static ip's we have but it is not using same ip range/subnet or gateway. The current gateway we have in front of the pfSense fw in the Cisco GW (T1 connection/DSU?). Basically, what's the term for this, and how do I do it? Thanks!
raupc last edited by
I am looking for a solution to this problem.
We got 2 different ip ranges routed in the datacenter to our backbone.
We want to use one wan interface with the 2 ip ranges. Do i need to create a vlan and add with proxy arp the extra ip range so i can use them in nat translations?
Any help would be appreciated.
drees last edited by
All you should have to do is create the appropriate Virtual IPs so you can NAT the addresses, and it should work OK. Is that not working?