Static Route from Zywall USG100 to Pfsense 2.0.x ???



  • Hi..

    I have this screenshot from the Zyxel Zywall…

    Should I add a static route under…

    Never tried this before , so therefore these screenshots…

    I do not yet know more details about the network where the Zywall
     should be replaced , but have setup their NAT rules so far...

    /Michael



  • Yes you need a static route there, to that destination network and mask, and that gateway IP.



  • Hi Cmb…

    Okay , but how do it...

    What i want is to allow DMZ to route traffic to the static route.

    DMZ  = 192.168.3.0/24
      Route = 192.168.4.0/24

    Tried to make a static route by making a GateWay 192.168.3.1 and
      add the 192.168.4.0/24 for net to route.

    Does not work can not ping my PC on 192.168.4.45 from 192.168.3.45.

    Should the gateway be something else ???

    Search the net for a couple of days , but for us idiots there is not any
      useful documentation...

    /Best Michael



  • Static routes are as basic as they come, documentation isn't required since those who need to use static routing have to understand it, though it's covered in http://pfsense.org/book in good depth.

    Our static route fields have the same names as those in Zywall, not sure where the confusion is? Fill in the same values.


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