IPcop-like



  • Hi

    I'm trying to make my system as IPcop made it by default coz I like how it was done, so:

    My network:
    pfSense Pc with 4 Network Cards, WAN, LAN(Green,192.168.1.1), opt1(Blue,192.168.2.1) and opt2(Orange,192.168.3.1)

    Usually on Green nothing is connected, a Linksys WRT45G in connected on Blue (192.168.2.2) on it's LAN port (Not the WAN) (to act as an access point only, router mode disabled, leave all DHCP, firewalling stuff tp pfSense to handle but since pfSense does not support MAC address filtering I will probably do it in WRT45G later (first I need to access it :())

    Anyway, I have configured the Opt1(Blue) and Opt2(Orange) with a static IP, activated DNS server on both networks (the Opt2 or Orange will have my servers) and Then I have created a rule 'Blue -> any' so I can access from wireless devices IPs inside and outside my network, But Whatever I try from a PC connected via wireless to the WRT45G it just doesn't work… I tried to ping 192.168.2.2 (WRT45G IP), 192.168.2.1 (pfSense Orange Card IP), 212.27.39.1(outside DNS server) but they all failed I just don't get it...

    My config.xml

    Can anyone please tell me what did I do wrong? I mean I can't find anything wrong myself, firewall is open, PCs are getting the IP they suppose to have but still they don't have any access to anywhere inside/outside my network :(.

    Regards,
    Wael Nasreddine



  • @Gandalf:

    But Whatever I try from a PC connected via wireless to the WRT45G it just doesn't work… I tried to ping 192.168.2.2 (WRT45G IP), 192.168.2.1 (pfSense Orange Card IP), 212.27.39.1(outside DNS server) but they all failed I just don't get it...

    Your problem is on the WRT54G then. If a connected client can't even ping this device (though it doesn't need to pass the pfSense for this) something is wrong there. Try with a wired client instead of the WRT54g. It should work.



  • Hmmm you're probably right, I'm connected at WRT45G place now, Ok will reset the linksys now…


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