----- "Eugen Leitl" <eu...@leitl.org> wrote:

> I'm attempting to simulate a production network 88.198.238.112/28
> with gateway 88.198.238.113 on the OPT1 interface (set to
> 88.198.238.113)
> but I'm too dense to figure out how override the default route, which
> sends
> the packet to WAN.
> 
> I obviously need to do something along the lines of
> route add -net 88.198.238.112/28 88.198.238.113

I'm not quite understanding but:-

To route traffic you need distinct sub-nets. If you have the same subnet (or an 
overlap) on two interfaces of the pfsense box this is effectively an 
un-routable combination. Setting the gateway is something that happens on the 
client machine either by DHCP or manual settings carried out localy. The 
pfSense box will have a default route to it's next hop/gateway.

Are attempting to set the clinet routing or pfSense routing when you talk about 
route add -net 88.198.238.112/28 88.198.238.113?

The production network and the test network need total isolation with their own 
routes to the internet in order to get the routing to work without a lot of 
hassle

Rob

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