On Fri, Feb 25, 2011 at 1:46 PM, Jim Pingle <li...@pingle.org> wrote:
> On 2/25/2011 2:37 PM, Tony Zakula wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I am taking the plunge and switching to pfsense.  First time loading
>> it, so please bear with me.
>> I have two external interfaces in different ip ranges and subnet
>> masks.  3 Nics in the machine altogether.  So I will be using 1:1 Nat
>> for web servers etc.  In linux, I used to have to configure a source
>> based route to make sure the different servers went out the correct
>> WAN interface.  Do I need to do that in PF, if so, where do I do that?
> In pfSense, the rules that match the traffic that comes in each WAN have
> reply-to set, so pf remembers the path the packets took on the way in,
> and makes sure they take the same path back out.
> Jim

Thanks.  I am beginning to realize pf is much more like a router so I
will have some learning to do.  One more question if you do not mind.
If on each of the WAN interfaces, the ip addresses are all in the same
range, do I need to assign each address to the interface using virtual
ips?  Or will pf pick them up because when I assigned the original ip
I used a 29 subnet.   I am assuming yes, but want to be sure.  Thanks!


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