Routing or Firewall blocking traffic?



  • I can't seem to be able to access objects from the LAN subnet to the WiFi subnet, but I am able to access objects from the WiFi subnet to the LAN subnet. More specifically, I can't access the WiFi AP from my LAN. I have the AP setup just as a regular device, no routing is done with it, and i'm not using the WAN port. I really don't see what I am missing, as this exact same setup worked fine with my old AP's.

    I have pfsense setup, with 3 nics.

    • WAN (em1)

    • LAN (em2)

    • WIFI (em0)

    My routing table seems fine as I can pass traffic from WIFI to LAN and WAN. But I can not access anything from LAN to WIFI.

    172.31.1.0/27      link#3             U           0    23019    em2
    172.31.1.1          link#3             UHS         0        0    lo0
    172.31.2.0/27      link#1             U           0      281    em0
    172.31.2.1         link#1             UHS         0        0    lo0
    

    Firewall Rules are…

    LAN
    Proto   Source     Port Destination Port Gateway Queue
    *        LAN net  *    *              *     *           none
    WIFI
    Proto   Source     Port Destination Port Gateway Queue
    *        WIFI net  *    *              *     *           none
    


  • @djroketboy:

    I can't access the WiFi AP from my LAN.

    Can you access it from pfSense console?

    Does AP have security setup to block such access? Does the AP log failed access attempts?

    What access are you attempting? What is reported on such access attempt?



  • You know, I think its fixed. It was the WNDR3400 itself. I reconnected my WRT54G and could reach it just fine.  I just flashed the WNDR3400 with DD-WRT and like magic I can reach it the admin interface on it from my LAN.


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