Configuring PFsense with six distinct public C class
ciclonite last edited by
I've a question regarding the configuration of 6 distinct public C class on pfsense.
The class are on different segment 212.x.x.0/24 151.x.x.0/24 213.x.x.0/24 194.x.x.0/24 and so on , with relative gw on segment.
I need a centralized firewall for those class, and i want to put pfsense between the cisco router ( that manage the default GW for those class) and the local machine.
Which is the best way to configure pfsense in this scenario?
Thanks in advice.
ZGamer last edited by
Depends on switching, bandwidth throughput, ect…
Low bandwidth + managed switches = Assuming the networks are on separate vlans, a pair of interfaces and using vlan separation.
Low(100MB)/Medium(1GB) bandwidth + unmanaged switches = 7 interfaces one for each network + one to the Cisco.
1GB+ then a LAAG configuration or 10GB nics.
Why not just use pfSense as the firewall and default gateway? ...wouldn't be the first time a 5xx/2xxx/3xxx series router was replaced by a pfSense box;)