DSL + Pfsense No internet



  • Hi,

    Today i install Pfsense on my 1950 Power-edge, but for some reason i don't get any internet its like all data is block on the WAN.

    Please give me some pointers to the most common mistakes, also i open all my ports on the rules.

    i think its a route issues because i cannot tracert out or nslookup.

    Local [10.0.0.1] Wan[DHCP Wan]



  • I don't understand your diagram: pfSense will normally have a LAN and WAN interface. Which pfSense interface has IP address 10.0.0.1?

    Your diagram suggests the pfSense interface connected to the modem has IP address 10.0.0.1 but that doesn't appear to be in the same IP subnet as the modem (or is it a modem-router?) because the diagram suggests that the IP address on the interface connected to pfSense is 192.168.1.1.
    These two IP addresses need to be in the same IP subnet else the two boxes won't be able to communicate.

    Please provide the IP address and network mask of all the interfaces in both boxes. The output of pfSense shell command```
    /etc/rc.banner



  • I think this is the issues any idea how to fix this ?

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  • You have a configuration error: your WAN interface has IP 2.219.x.166 assigned by DHCP but the gateway you have configured has IP address 192.168.1.1. The gateway is not on the same IP subnet as the pfSense WAN interface hence pfSense can't access the gateway.

    Your edit(s) to your original post makes it even less informative.

    Where is the DHCP server for the pfSense WAN interface? Perhaps it is providing inconsistent information. (Normally the DHCP server will provide an IP address for the interface and IP address of a gateway.)



  • Where is the DHCP server for the pfSense WAN interface?  The DHCP for the Wan is handled by the modem "Dlink DSL-520B" but for local computers its handled by Windows Server R2

    The modem Works on the 192.168.1.1 range, All other computers/routers work on 10.0.0.1/8
    What would fix this because am a little confused about Pfsense derp..


  • Netgate Administrator

    @wallabybob:

    The output of pfSense shell command```
    /etc/rc.banner

    It's not obvious, reading this, how your various networks are setup. Please post the ouput from the above command.

    @MLWALK3R:

    The DHCP for the Wan is handled by the modem "Dlink DSL-520B" but for local computers its handled by Windows Server R2

    If the above is true have you disabled the LAN DHCP server in pfSense? Have you changed the pfSense LAN IP to be in the 10.0.0.1/8 subnet? /8 seems excessively large, how many machines do you have?

    Steve


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