pfSense on Hyper-V, but can't ping virtual LAN switch NIC from host network.



  • Probably need to create route. I don't know how.

    I followed this link
    https://www.netgate.com/docs/pfsense/virtualization/virtualizing-pfsense-with-hyper-v.html

    Created WAN which is real NIC on Host machine where cable from office router is plugged.
    Also created LAN like "Private network". Hm... I'm thinking now that maybe I needed to set Internal network...?

    So VPN is successfuly installed.
    receiving IP address from TPLink router, and I assigned it to MAC like static and it is 192.168.1.20

    I set LAN to 10.9.9.1/24

    I could not access to webinterface from Host machine, but I already have one Windows 10 Virtual Machine, set that LAN NIC to it, and it works.
    Windows 10 properly getting IP. 10.9.9.100 because I set DHCP from 100-150. Also that VM have access to internet.

    Afterwards I installed OpenVPN using this guide
    https://www.netgate.com/docs/pfsense/vpn/openvpn/openvpn-remote-access-server.html

    But now I need to set port forwarding on my TPLINK from 1194 probably to WAN address which is 192.168.1.20?

    Problem is that I can't ping not even 192.168.1.20, neither 10.9.9.1.

    Sorry for long post, I want to be detailed, to help you to understand my problem.
    Can you direct me with instructions or link what I missed?


  • Netgate

    By default pfSense passes nothing into WAN. You need firewall rules to pass traffic into WAN. Even pings.


 

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