Hi … recently our co just applied for a new 30mb symmetric biz line...what i plan is as below
Wan 1 -----------+ +---- Users ( Wan 1 )
4MB Sym | |
+---- PFsense --+--- VOIP ( Wan 1 or 2 )
Wan 2 -----------+ +---- Servers ( Wan 2 )
Both users and server are on same subnet , same ip range..they are all working on same domain.. i just wan to seperate the users wan and the server wan...because we are hosting ftp , web , email , daily offiste backup , rdp and etc so the traffic is quite high... and we dont want the users internet connection on the same WAN with the server... but i cant figure out how to split them on different wan.. NAT doesnt seem like able to split from source to selected wan , neither do firewall rules.. can someone shed some light ?
Have you planned your internal subnetting?
Like if you have servers in one area of subnet and dhcp is serving another area, then you can make "server-alias" where you put host-range of server ip's.
I don't know if you're getting my point, but you can create rules with aliases, and those aliases should contain server's ip-addresses.
Create an alias with all your server IPs.
Then create firewall rule like this on lan:
Source : alias
Source: NOT alias
aight thx guys… will give it a try.. thk you so much :D cheers!