Remote Pfsense without Dynamic Ip



  • how can i remote my pfsense without  dynamic ip provide by ISP ?



  • @eznode:

    how can i remote my pfsense without  dynamic ip provide by ISP ?

    Huh?

    What do you mean by "remote my pfsense"?

    What do you mean by "dynamic ip provide by ISP"?

    Please try and explain your problem in a little more detail and maybe we can help.


  • Moderator

    Maybe he's asking if he can remote into his Box with a Dynamic WAN address?



  • @divsys:

    @eznode:

    how can i remote my pfsense without  dynamic ip provide by ISP ?

    Huh?

    What do you mean by "remote my pfsense"?

    What do you mean by "dynamic ip provide by ISP"?

    Please try and explain your problem in a little more detail and maybe we can help.

    ok here .

    1 ) Remote my pfsense , i mean from outside / home . Pfsense at working place etc
    2 ) and my wan pfsense dont have dynamic ip . coz it not from direct isp .



  • Ok, I get you want to access your home pfsense box from work/somewhere else.

    If your pfsense box doesn't have a dynamic WAN ip address, then it has a static one.
    Just use that address, unless there's something else in your setup you haven't mentioned.



  • @divsys:

    Ok, I get you want to access your home pfsense box from work/somewhere else.

    If your pfsense box doesn't have a dynamic WAN ip address, then it has a static one.
    Just use that address, unless there's something else in your setup you haven't mentioned.

    problem is .. static ip is not public ip .



  • I would think that your IP is public unless your ISP is doing NAT for you.  If your ISP is giving you a dynamic public IP address then you have no options.  Find an ISP that can give you a dedicated public IP, or upgrade your service to a level where they offer a dedicated IP address.


  • Rebel Alliance Developer Netgate

    If your WAN IP is public, DynDNS will let you reach it.

    If your WAN IP is private and you control your modem/router ahead of you, then set it to pass the traffic into your pfSense (e.g. port forward, "DMZ", etc) and you can still use DynDNS.

    If your WAN IP is private and your ISP is performing Carrier-Grade NAT then in all likelihood you have no way to receive inbound traffic for remote management.

    If you have another location that has a public address, you could do a site-to-site tunnel to there, and then have a remote access VPN connect to that and hop across a site-to-site VPN to reach the router that's stuck behind NAT.


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