Two LAN interfaces each with own WAN (DHCP) Interface



  • Sorry if this was already posted but I could not find a thread that answered this. On my setup I have two LAN interfaces and two WAN interfaces. Each WAN interface is a Comcast Broadband connection. LAN1 has a DHCP server that provides 192.168.1.100-199 addresses. SERVERLAN has a DHCP server that provides 192.168.2.100-199 addresses.

    I want to set SERVERLAN to use my second SERVERWAN comcast connection. However since it is a DHCP interface it does not give me the option that a static interface gives me to set it as a gateway with its own internal IP (seen below).

    How can I set SERVERWAN as a gateway with its own internal IP and/or direct any device with a 192.168.2.x IP to use the SERVERWAN internet connection?



  • I tried setting the gateway to SERVERWAN in the "Allow Any" rule for the SERVERLAN as suggested in the PFSense Multi-WAN 2.0 doc but now clients on 192.168.2.x can't ping out at all.



  • That rule is correct to send all that traffic out via that route. The fact that makes it stop working means either that Internet connection isn't functional, or maybe you're using manual outbound NAT and don't have NAT properly configured for that WAN interface.


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