My client cannot connect to the internet
I am trying to connect my pfsense-client to the internet (for example ping google.com).
I set my pfsense-router's LAN-network is 192.168.1.10/24
This is the configuration of my client:
My dns according to my web interface:
I looked at my LAN-rules:
I am an idiot of not getting why I cannot connect to the internet but if somebody can tell me I will appreciate it.
DNS prefers UDP today. So switch your DNS rule to TCP/UDP protol.
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DNS prefers UDP today
DNS was always UDP, and can become TCP for special reasons.
@Chasire : as you might have figured out by now, throwing away the default pass rule, to replace it with some TCP only rules.
And why all the 220.127.116.11 ? You don't trust your own router / pfSense ? Or is there is reason that 18.104.22.168 should know what you're doing ?
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@Gertjan Hello, thanks for commenting. I had set it to 22.214.171.124 to test if I can get to ping to google. At the time I didn't trust the router. Thanks to your comment I have changed my dns to my router and it worked fine.
The rules for lan are ok now because I can go to the internet.