Blocking vLAN packets by @ 37 (1000004720) rule



  • Unexpectedly, I have traffic through vLAN. In the log, blocking follows the rule @ 37 (1000004720) block drop in log on! re0.101 the Internet from 192.168.1.0/24 to any.

    My system is pfsense 2.4.4 p3. Two network cards. WAN and LAN.
    An additional vLAN is configured on the LAN. Two subnets LAN 192.168.200.0 and vLAN 192.168.1.0 are used.
    pfsense reboots daily automatically.

    All traffic with vLAN normally went to the Internet. Suddenly, everything stopped.
    With vLAN packets stopped passing, DHCP stopped distributing addresses, DNS does not respond, the interface does not respond on ping.
    On LAN Everything works as before.

    I don’t understand how to localize the problem. Can anyone help?



  • @Ja-Lexx said in Blocking vLAN packets by @ 37 (1000004720) rule:

    I don’t understand how to localize the problem.

    Is this related to

    @Ja-Lexx said in Blocking vLAN packets by @ 37 (1000004720) rule:

    pfsense reboots daily automatically.

    ?

    It reboots by itself ?
    You reboot it ?



  • @Gertjan
    Reboot did not help. Restored the working configuration from the backup. It didn’t help either. And today, the same thing happened with LAN. Everyone lost access to the Internet.


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