• Hey

    I would like to use two different pulic IP addresses so that I can separate traffic to two different servers over a different IP.

    How it should work:

    • One cable is connected between my modem and PfSense router (no extra are possible)
    • One WAN interface (as it is now)
    • One extra WAN interface (new)
    • Vlan interfaces that use this new WAN interface to acces the internet

    I have been trying to get it working but when I create a new vlan interface in PfSense whith DHCP I only get 0.0.0.0 as IP.

    Is there someone who knows the solution?
    I am using an sg-1100


  • @stijnrosaer said in Two WAN on one physical interface:

    I create a new vlan interface in PfSense whith DHCP I only get 0.0.0.0 as IP.

    Your second WAN connection must also be on a VLAN with the same ID as the one you set on pfSense.

    @stijnrosaer "One cable is connected between my modem and PfSense router (no extra are possible)"

    so do you have only ONE ISP CPE? (modem)???

    from this, that you get a second WAN option, then there is no redundancy, so what do you need a second WAN for?