No wireless / internal website error on dual LAN setup
Below is my configuration
internet -> pfSense -> LAN1 (192.168.1.xxx) -> unmanaged switch -> server
-> LAN2 (192.168.3.xxx) -> Home router (Netgear running DD-WRT) -> computers
Here are the 2 problems I am having
When attempting to view any website that is on my server from inside my network (either LAN), I am sent to the pfSense login page. The sites appear normally when outside the network.
There is no wireless signal being transmitted from from the DD-WRT router.
I'm at a loss. I have a assume it's either a DNS issue or a firewall setting, but I can't seem to find the right configuration. Thanks!
GruensFroeschli last edited by
Enable NAT reflection or set up split DNS.
Fantastic. I'll check that out when I am home again tonight working on it.
2 quick questions on the split DNS:
1. I am using OpenDNS on the WAN, but the router's DNS on the LAN. Would manually assigning the DNS to the OpenDNS IP resolve the issue?
2. I have multiple websites on the server. Would that DNS Forwarding rule need to be applied to each site individually?
Also, does this address the wireless issue? When looking at the status page on the DD-WRT router, I see that the wireless is transmitting a signal, but not receiving one. The WAN, LAN, and wireless all have a separate MAC address on the DD-WRT router, do I need to look at that separately?
Thanks! The DNS forwarding worked like a charm. I did have to input each site separately, but it fixed the issue.