Route Acess pfsense
Hi guys, how are you? I'm new here and also with pfsense. Would you like some help from you? Can you help me?
My Internal Network: 192.168.10.0
Carrier WAN: 192.168.15.1
Cisco ASA: 192.168.10.198
Where I work today I have the following equipment:
1 simple tplink router with static routing source 192.168.10.198 with destination 10.0.0.0
1 Cisco Wing Firewall (restricted to internal company systems only)
1 Non-Management Switch
1 pfsense freshly prepared with squid proxy
When I access the internet, it goes through the squid / firewall and then to the operator's WAN and it works perfectly. When I turn on the Cisco ASA VPN to access the company's systems, it doesn't work. I can't browse anything. I believe I couldn't get me to direct the internet to this Asa. I registered this Asa as a gateway but it still didn't work. Does this direction exist and how should I do it? Should this release be done by NAT?
Thank you in advance for your help.
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@danielffem It's not clear to me how all this is arranged. The Cisco ASA connects to your company network out your WAN. Your workstation connects to the Cisco via OpenVPN or some other protocol? "it doesn't work. I can't browse anything" is pretty vague. Can you resolve any hosts via nslookup? Can you ping out to 126.96.36.199, for example? Can you ping anything on the company network?