Two WAN SUBNET on same ISP
I already have a wan and public addresses assigned by ISP 151.9.xx/28, my network navigate through PFSense and provides internal services on the internet (web, mail, etc..), now has my ISP given me other addresses 151.8.xx/28, these have been configured on the same router that currently manages the addresses above, how can I manage all these addresses with a single PFSense (the one currently running)?
Interface LAN, WAN, DMZ, OPENVPN
Most likely with either a proxyarp VIP (try that first) if they are routing that to one of your other external ips or a vlan. Did you get a new gateway or something?
I'd have them route it to me instead if I were you, don't need to waste the gateway, network and broadcast addresses. As is, any type of virtual IP other than type "Other" will work.
Sorry for the information not provided, here they are:
Network1 (already up)
Network2 (to be set)
Rather than having a gateway on network2, have them route 152.8.x.16/28 to 151.9.x.82 (or some other IP in that subnet). Then you can add type Other VIPs to use them, or assign the second subnet to an internal interface, or a mix.
Thanks for reply.