Can't access LAN from wireless
As per topic I can't seem to access my LAN devices from the Wireless.
I am using PFSENSE 2.
The interfaces on my PFSENSE box are below. I have a wirelss NIC in the box using it as a WAP.
From a wireless connection I can ping the gateway of both the LAN and WAP gateways but can't get any further onto the LAN from a wireless connection.
ID Proto Source Port Destination Port Gateway Queue Schedule Description * WAP net * * * * none Default allow WAP to any rule
ID Proto Source Port Destination Port Gateway Queue Schedule Description * LAN net * * * * none Default allow LAN to any rule
WAN interface (em0) Status up PPPoE up MAC address 00:00:00:00:00:00 IP address 118.209.xxx.xxx Subnet mask 255.255.255.255 Gateway 126.96.36.199 ISP DNS servers 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206 In/out packets 844520/843988 (640.79 MB/46.45 MB) In/out packets (pass) 843988/642582 (640.76 MB/46.45 MB) In/out packets (block) 532/0 (35 KB/0 bytes) LAN interface (em1) Status up MAC address 00:07:e9:a5:61:31 IP address 192.168.1.254 Subnet mask 255.255.255.0 Media 1000baseT <full-duplex>In/out packets 237111/237099 (15.76 MB/542.85 MB) In/out packets (pass) 237099/414110 (15.76 MB/542.85 MB) In/out packets (block) 12/0 (1 KB/0 bytes) In/out errors 0/0 Collisions 0 WAP interface (ath0) Status up MAC address 00:27:19:db:06:db IP address 192.168.2.254 Subnet mask 255.255.255.0 Media autoselect mode 11g <hostap>Channel 11 SSID Wireless BSSID 00:19:d2:43:f2:d7 Rate 24M RSSI 11.5 In/out packets 62946/62806 (10.12 MB/77.12 MB) In/out packets (pass) 62806/85184 (10.12 MB/77.12 MB) In/out packets (block) 140/0 (6 KB/0 bytes) In/out errors 2/7 Collisions 0</hostap></full-duplex>
Please elaborate on can't get any further onto the LAN from a wireless connection, for example, "I did … and I saw ...".
Do you get different results by IP address and by hostname?
The counters suggest you may have changed firewall rules without restarting. Did you reset firewall states? (From web GUI: Diagnostics -> States, click on Reset States tab then click on the Reset button.)
You have the rules backwards. All traffic is filtered where it initiates, you'll never see LAN source traffic on wireless nor wireless sourced traffic on LAN.