Routing LAN <> WAN



  • Hi!

    I need a little help in setting up correct routing between lan and wan.

    ok…here we go:

    
    LAN  <--------------------> LAN <----------PFSENSE (PPTP)----------> WAN <--------------------> WAN Speedtouch (Bridge Mode)
    192.168.0.0/24              192.168.0.200/24                         10.0.0.140/24              10.0.0.138/24
    
    

    I'm not able to ping/telnet the Speedtouch (10.0.0.138)

    thx in advance!
    freerider2



  • Think your firewall rules are blocking this.
    Have you got some information about that? (dump of your log files maybe)



  • iam sorry, but there is no log entry in firewall…  :-\



  • sry…i got following log:

    @67 block drop in log quick all label "Default deny rule"

    now its not a routing problem, its a rule problem...but what is the default deny rule?
    i made a telnet rule, as i made it for other services (working) in 192.168.0.0, but it seems that the default deny rule overrules the manuel telnet rule...

    any ideas? thx in advance!



  • i'm in the same boat with a Speedtouch 516 / PPPoE

    This may help you, it didn't help me because I cannot run the redir command after installing the package:
    http://doc.pfsense.org/index.php/How_can_i_access_my_PPPoE_Modem_on_WAN

    here's what i do from pfsense:

    ifconfig fxp0 10.0.0.1/24

    • now pfsense should be able to ping and telnet to 10.0.0.138
    • i use this to check my line stats

    i have not been able to get pfsense to route any of my lan traffic to the modem directly though, clients on 192.168.1.0/24 cannot access 10.0.0.138. for now if i really need to check my modem, i can log into pfsense and telnet to the modem.



  • hi rsingh!

    ive tested this right now, but nothing happend..  :-
    you are right, telnet via ssh on pfsense works for me…


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