Can pfSense do what I need, two internal networks?
MikeW last edited by
I'm a newbie here and I have spent a few hours searching, but it's not obvious to me if pfSense (embedded version) can do what I want. I use both wired and wireless devices in my house and I need to get two Nintendo DS devices connected to the Internet. The DS can only do WEP security so I want to create two internal, but isolated networks. One would be the wireless network using WEP and I don't want any devices on this network to access anything on the other internal network. The other internal network would consist of wired and wireless devices.
I only have one dynamic IP from my provider (Verizon FiOS). I was thinking that I would need to create two internal subnets (i.e. 192.168.1.x and 192.168.2.x). Can pfSense be configured to allow for the above scenario?
dotdash last edited by
Yes. You could have two lan subnets off of separate interfaces- either two separate NICs, or vlan interfaces with a managed switch.