Multiple Virtual IP's mapped to multiple servers
I have been looking through the forum but have not seen this scenario as yet. Hope I didn't miss it.
I have a public IP on the WAN interface of PFSense. I created two virtual IP's in PFSense that the ISP also assigned to us. I want to now open ports 443 and 21 to two different backend servers through one virtual IP and port 443 to yet another server on the other virtual IP. Not sure how to do this since 1:1 NAT only seems to map to one internal IP. Any help would be appreciated.
doktornotor Banned last edited by
Why do you need 1:1 NAT for one port in the first place?
Well I was looking through and since 1:1 nat maps to an internal IP I figured I could use it to map to one internal server to make its services available on the outside but I didn't see a way to map through that virtual IP to multiple servers on different ports.
Use port forwards. You bind to the VIP there. So forward port 443 on the first VIP to the first server, port 21 on the first VIP to the second server, and port 443 on the second VIP to the third server.
Thanks for your reply but I'm still unclear on one thing. When I am doing a port forward in firewall -> Rules -> WAN, I don't see how to bind to the VIP in here.
The Destination of the incoming packet into WAN.
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Ah I see. Thanks so much for that.