Routing between 2 WAN network(s)
With a customer of ours, we have a "complicated" setup.
They have 2 locations, connected through a 100 meters utp cable.
At one location the internet starts (cable modem) and gets routed in a vlan setup troughout the entire company.
The other location has the start of the voip (connected to a dsl modem). We made a Voice_MGMT vlan and connected it on all the switches to the pfsense.
On the pfsense we have 5 networkadapters for the different vlans.
Here are the ips:
WAN network: wan ip from the isp: 81.x.x.x
Lan network: 10.220.99.x
Switch MGMT network: 10.225.x.x
Guest network (for the wifi): 10.222.x.x
VOICE_MGMT network: 192.168.1.x (DHCP from the DSL modem: 192.168.1.1)
So now we want to connect to the portal of the phone central 192.168.1.216 from the lan network: 10.220.99.x (as an example)
So I made a route to 192.168.1.0/24 with gateway 192.168.1.1.
I can ping from the pfsense to the dsl modem and the phone central (on the VOICE_MGMT network).
If i want to ping from the server in the lan network to 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.1.216, it does not work.
I can see the package gets delivered (in the firewall logs) to the dsl modem but he answers to a multicast address 220.127.116.11.
Any ideas? I myself never worked with 2 gateways.
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