Brasse last edited by
I have followed the wiki guide to install pFsense on a VMWare machine.
I only have one WAN-port(the guide is for 2), i dont have a router/modem/firewall before the WAN, i.e my internet connection is directly to the NIC that is bridged to VMware.
The first problem i encountered was that in pFsense the WAN-adapter did not recieve an IP-adress from the ISP's DCHP server, so in pFsense i cloned the MAC-adress on the WAN port from the NIC that was bridged, after that i got an IP adress from my ISP.
So far it works, all the clients get their internal IP-adresses from the pFsense router and can reach the internet.
But i have a webserver, and some other things that i want to be reachable from the outside, and when i add them to NAT in pFsense nothing happens, people still cant reach my servers.
UPnP does not work.
Now i use my dedicated pFsense machine and it does everything perfectly, but if i could have one computer less in my home i would be happy.
What have i done wrong?
rsw686 last edited by
You have 2 NICs in the server, correct? The pfSense virtual machine needs to have 2 network adapters. One bridged to the NIC connected to the ISP and the other bridged to the NIC going to your LAN.