OpenVPN + MultiWAN = 0?
Trying to set up a brand new pfSense box with both load balancing and OpenVPN support. However, we have had problems, so we tried to start over and see where the problem lies.
We did a fresh install with WAN and LAN and configured OpenVPN. Everything worked. Test machine could ping and gain access to a client computer from outside the network. As soon as the OPT interface is enabled, however, OpenVPN stops working.
Is this a know issue? Does OpenVPN work or not in a multiple WAN environment? If so, how does one create rules and configurations to allow this. We have spent extensive time on the forums but have not, as yet, seen a solution to this particular configuration.
Details of our system are:
WAN is a T-1 Static IP address
OPT is a DSL Static IP Address
LAN is a non routable IP address (i.e. similar to 10.0.0.1)
pfSense is running on a P3 1GHz machine with 1GB RAM and 3 NIC cards (one for each network– WAN, OPT, and LAN)
We are currently running pfSense 1.2 (Built Sunday Feb 24, 2008).
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
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GruensFroeschli last edited by
Can you post the output of the openVPN log?
I think i've read somewhere something about OpenVPN only working with TCP with multiple WAN's.