Basic walk though
Borg357 last edited by
I'm new to pfsense.. but I got my router set up on a quad-core Intel(R) Celeron(R) CPU J1900 @ 1.99GHz with 4 ports. Works just fine.
I'm setting up VPN client for my OpenVPN at CyberGhost. I got the system to work, and it gives my whole router the VPN IP so far. this I understand.
But, I would like to route this to an open ethernet port on my pfsense box.. or perhaps both un-used ethernet plugs. So here's what I'm thinking.
Scenario number 1 - Route the VPN just to the Eithermet port where that port has the VPN address.
Scenario number 2 - Put in a VLAN address, and create a VLAN VPN, whis way I can route this over to any port in my network I want.
Whats the best proctise here?
Can you walk me though how to set up an interface for routing either idea?
Also.. While the VPN is routed to a spacific address, can you still log into that device locally?
Ryu945 last edited by
If you want all ethernet ports to have the VPN then it should do that by default.