LAN to OPT2 routing in multi-wan setup
I have a multi-wan setup. I also have LAN and DMZ on two more interfaces. In DMZ i am hosting a web server. And LAN, I'm using for internal users.
I'm having a problem pinging the web server in the DMZ from LAN when WAN is down.
My setup looks like this with WAN & WAN2:
Provider 1 –> WAN --> | | --> DMZ
| pfsense |
Provider 2 --> WAN2--> | | --> LAN
I configured a failover mode and I'm using 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11 as monitor IPs. Failover is working from LAN to WAN and LAN to WAN2. But, I can't ping from LAN to DMZ when WAN is down.
I have no settings in my Static Routes.
In my rules, I am selecting wan1failstowan2 for gateway. Which basically is the gateway of the WAN2 when WAN fails. When my rule uses this WAN2 gateway, I cannot connect to any box in LAN.
I want to accomplish the below:
1. Ping and connect to any web server in DMZ from LAN when WAN is up and WAN2 is down.
2. Ping and connect to any web server in DMZ from LAN when WAN is down and WAN2 is up.
3. Ping and connect to any web server in DMZ from LAN when WAN and WAN2 both are up or both are down.
Here is my pool:
Here are my rules:
Any help from one of you experts is greatly appreciated!
Add a rule to the top of the rule lists on LAN and DMZ that passes traffic to your local networks but has the gateway set to "default" - See if that helps. Policy routing will cause traffic to bypass the routing table.
I thought it did that automatically for locally connected networks, but I know that is needed for VPNs and other similar networks.
Jimp: I added a rule as you suggested and it worked. Thank you very much.