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Every distribution has its own ways of doing things and every new product is always a challenge until you figure it out.
I am on a VM with version 1.2.3-RELEASE.
So I am new to pfSense having used the full array of fw's out there (Pix, sonicwall, watchguard, untangle etc).
I have a basic NAT question as a pfs newbie so thanks for your patience. I did a quick search and nothing made sense.
Here is what I want to do: Port forwards/NAT for remote access to internal Citrix servers.
1. I set up aliases on the WAN interface with my external IP's (64.73.277.x)
2. Set up NAT rule as follows:
External Address: Interface Address (since I set up aliases on the WAN interface?)
External port: 1494
NAT IP: 192.168.1.x
Local Port: 1494
did I do this correctly? Do I need to create Virtual IP's for the NAT rules or will the WAN interface aliases suffice?
EDIT: guess I did correctly because everything is working good. And it the internet does seem faster.