This is kicking my butt…
I have read the forum for 3 days now and I just can't find the answer anywhere so far. I installed and basically configured pfSence and I can get out to the internet and can even get to the web interface of the pfSence via a public IP address but, I can't get to any of my other servers and Voip gateways inside my internel network. The Firewall log shows the connection was allowed but, I never get the page.
I have 2 different ranges of external IP's (5 on each subnet) coming in with 2 different gateways.
192.168.0.0, 192.168.1.0, 192.168.2.0 subnet 255.255.252.0 gateway 192.168.0.250 (gateway of pfs)
Ex Range 1
x9.3x.8x.168 - x9.3x.8x.173 subnet 255.255.255.0 gateway x9.3x.8x.174
my pfSense WAN IP is x9.3x.8x.172
I set the default gateway of the pfs to the above.
Ex Range 2
x6.x4.1x6.50 - x6.x4.1x6.54 subnet 255.255.255.248 gateway x6.x4.1x6.49
my VoIP gateway address is: 192.168.0.10
WAN Rules - so far
Proto Source Port Destination Port Gateway Schedule Description
* ! WAN address * x9.3x.8x.172 * * pfSense WAN Management (If I remove the ! then can't get to the interface)
TCP ! WAN address * x6.x4.1x6.51 * * Nortel BCM
* ! LAN address * * * * Default LAN (If I remove the ! then can't get to the internet)
Virtual IP - as a test
x6.x4.1x6.51/29 Nortel BCM 50
Interface External IP Internal IP Description
WAN x6.x4.1x6.51/32 192.168.0.10/32 Nortel BCM
If I can get the BCM Link to work, I can get the rest of them…I hope.
Thanks in advance!
onhel last edited by
Another case of the infamous Enable NAT Reflection?
Log in to WebGUI and go to System/Advanced and uncheck the Disable NAT Reflection.
Thanks for the reply, I unchecked the feature and still no connection to inside server.
GruensFroeschli last edited by
NAT reflection does not work for 1:1 NAT.
Thanks again, it works perfectly!!! You guys are geniuses!