I need help writing NAT / rules to route select IP traffic through openvpn client



  • I have two openvpn clients installed on pfsense "all-client" and "VOIP_client". The first one (all-client) will route all traffic to an OpenVPN server. Working great. I would like to use the second (VOIP_client) to route the traffic from VOIP phones to OpenVPN server on FreePBX. I made IP Aliases for all VOIP phones (VOIP_phones). I installed VOIP_client and it is up and running and connected to OpenVPN server on FreePBX. I made an interface for VOIP_client and called it "FreePBXVPNInterface" I do not know how to write the rules / NAT to route the VOIP_phones traffic through VOIP_client. Here is screenshot of my NAT and rule. There are no other rules / NAT on the other interfaces.

    I appreciate some help.

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  • You have to add a Policy Routing rule to direct the VOIP traffic over the VPN. Guessing your VOIP phones are in the LAN, add a firewall rule to top of the LAN interface rule set similar to your third rule with GCPVPNINTERFACE_VPNV4:
    source = VOIP alias
    dest. = any
    Gateway = FreePBXVPNInterface GW

    Also you need an outbound NAT rule. You may copy your last rule of the outbound NAT rule set, change the interface to FreePBXVPNInterface and the translation address to "interface address".



  • Thank you, @viragomann.

    Edit:
    I think I spoke early. I am having issue with connection / sound. I created a rule on LAN:
    Protocol IPv4 *
    Source VOIP_PHONES
    Port *
    Destination *
    Port *
    Gateway FREEPBXVPNINTERFACE_VPN4

    I also replicated all the outbound NAT for the FREEPBXVPNINTERFACE. When I checked the States I am getting CLOSED:SYN_SENT and SYN_SENT:CLOSED

    If I change the Gateway to GCPVPNINTERFACE_VPN4 I got ESTABLISHED:ESTABLISHED. I compared Both Gateway and they look the same.

    If I ping the FreePBX server as FREEPBXVPNINTERFACE I got 100.0% packet loss. If I ping the FreePBX from my computer (or GCPVPNINTERFACE) I got 0% packet loss

    It looks like the FREEPBXVPNINTERFACE / Gateway is not passing the traffic. Any idea on how to troubleshoot this?


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