"Spoofing" a WAN site and redirecting to LAN?
My crosstrainer (essential hardware in these lockdown days) has a browser hardwired to the home page "https://www.matrixfitness.com" and cannot be customized. I would like to redirect it to an internal LAN site called "http://sport.lan". Can I do that by creating a pfSense rule that applies specifically to the IP address of the crosstrainer (10.10.13.15)?
I tried this rule (the alias "matrixfitness" contains three IP addresses identified per nslookup) but it does not work:
Have you tried "Host Overrides" in the DNS server ?
The DNS server runs on a Windows 2016 server. But I suspect you are right, maybe I can set up the route without even changing anything on the pfSense firewall?