Is it possible to have multiple lan Subnets? i.e. 192.168.x.x AND 10.X.X.X ???
So I am really impressed with PFSense so far… I CoLo some rackspace and am using this as my gateway/firewall...
I have a few DB servers and would like to keep them ON A SEPARATE subnet from other machines... I would also like to setup ISCSI and have it run on a separate subnet...
I currently have the Lan interface setup as 192.168.0.254. I would like to also have it setup as 10.0.0.254...
If this is possible how can I accomplish this?
Thanks for any help!
VLANs. Buy a cheap VLAN-capable switch and implement VLANs on your pfSense machine.
Thanks for the heads up… I am familiar with the term VLAN, any reccomendations for a decent managed 24port switch for use in a production environment? HP Procurve maybe (but any suggestions as to which model # I should go with?)
Also --- Do I need to flip-on any settings on the PFSense box, or will it automatically understand/allow traffic to pass thorugh the box on the LAN interface? And can the PFSense box act as a DHCP server for multiple subnets?
Thanks for filling me in!
http://pfsense.site88.net/mysetup/index.html It's my guess that the 24 works the same way as the 8 port
I'd second the recommendation for the HP switches - they really are very good.
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You can also do it this way: http://doc.pfsense.org/multiple-subnets-one-interface-pfsense.pdf