pfsense routing



  • hi please help me how we can route traffic from ipsec tunnel to directly connected subnt with pfsenese



  • I'm not an IPSEC expert.
    What, from this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AKMZ9rNQx7Y isn't clear for you ?



  • @hasan_ciit said in pfsense routing:

    hi please help me how we can route traffic from ipsec tunnel to directly connected subnt with pfsenese

    You just set up routing as you would with any interface. The fact that it's a VPN is irrelevant. Routing is routing.



  • DEar ALL please help me:
    I have pfsense at azure and we have connected our customer thru ipsec tunnel with pfsense
    Now i have local subnet with pfsense is defined and connected now i want that customer traffic should go thru directly connected network with pfsnes e



  • Let me clear this:
    IPSEC tunnel site to site:
    Site A:
    Customer:
    P1 conected
    P2 connected

    Site B Pfsense My end
    P1 conected :
    P2 conected
    P2 subnet is 90.14.x.x

    What i want
    I have conected 90.11.x.x with pfsense thru default gateway
    Now i want that traffic should come from 90.14.x.x subnet and route towards 90.11.x.x subnet

    will i use routed vti or nating?



  • @gertjan i have checked but i am unable to communicatie between different subnets



  • You have to start simple to isolate the problem. For example, can you ping the other end of the tunnel?



  • @jknott i can ping the other end but thru 90.14.x.x however i have 90.11.x.x peer with pfsense on azure and we have nms placed at azure zabbix that is on 90.11.x.x subnet now i want this:

    pfsense---->customer
    customer----->pfsense
    P1 already established

    P2 also established but with local subnet 90.14.x.x

    Now i want to reach like this:
    customer----->pfsense(subnet 90.14.x.x)--- --->zabbix(subnet 90.11.x.x)

    i can ping90.11.x.x from pfsense but how to transfer traffic from customer 90.14.x.x at pfsense to 90.11.x.x ?


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