Testing throughput of pfsense need help with the setup….!!
NM04 last edited by
i want to test the throughput of pfsense for that i made a setup, but there is some problem in that can any one suggest anything, the setup is as follows:
WAN side LAN side
192.168.1.15 192.168.1.10 184.108.40.206
(Static) (Static) (pfsense DHCP)
there is no internet connectivity in this setup, and pfsense is acting as a firewall, DHCP , DNS server for system2. I have installed apache server on system1 and want to access it from system2 on the web browser, which i am not able to access. How can i do it, am i mistaking somewhere, or something wrong in the setup, or there is something wrong with the concept ? Any response is appreciated.
system1 --> WAN interface == pinging
system1 --> LAN interface == pinging
system1 -->system2== NOT pinging
system2 --> WAN interface == pinging
system2 --> LAN interface == pinging
system2 -->system1 == pinging
Thanks & Regards,
Cry Havok last edited by
Your problem is probably because you're using RFC1918 addresses on the WAN and public addresses on the LAN - backwards for the way it works in the real world. Either reverse your allocation, don't use RFC1918 addresses on the WAN or try removing the block for bogons