Setting up a network installation while having pfsense as my firewall
TheHermit last edited by
I have been looking in too and trying to figure out how to set up and install ubuntu over a network on my LAN. I'm not sure how DNS & DHCP would play in to this as I have pfsense installed and my ISP Box running as just a Modem.
Do I have to disable DHCP in pfsense or can I use whats provided. I'm very much confused by the overall process and not sure how IP Address assignment will play in too this.
Is anyone able to advise?
Like a network install directly? PXE boot?
Or just install Ubuntu behind pfSense? Nothing special is required for that, Ubuntu will pull an IP address from pfSense just like anything else.
JKnott last edited by
If you're installing as a typical firewall/router, you'd enable DHCP on it, as well as DNS.