[pfSense] Multi-Wan Setup, High Availability and Traffic Segmentation

2015-11-13 Thread David White
I have a unique scenario: The higher ups require a multi-wan high availability setup, but assuming both ISPs are working, some traffic is required to use 1 ISP and some traffic is required to use the other. I've read in some pfSense docs on how I can setup a high availability, multi-wan setup,

Re: [pfSense] Hostname resolution of OpenVPN-connected clients

2015-11-13 Thread Vick Khera
On Thu, Nov 12, 2015 at 5:20 AM, Marco wrote: > > Setting up BIND 9 to manage a dynamic zone is not very difficult. > > Do I need an additional BIND instance besides the unbound that's > already running on the pfSense box? > unbound != bind. I do not know anything about

Re: [pfSense] Multi-Wan Setup, High Availability and Traffic Segmentation

2015-11-13 Thread Chris L
On Nov 13, 2015, at 7:09 AM, David White wrote: > > I have a unique scenario: > > The higher ups require a multi-wan high availability setup, but assuming > both ISPs are working, some traffic is required to use 1 ISP and some > traffic is required to use the other. > >

Re: [pfSense] Multi-Wan Setup, High Availability and Traffic Segmentation

2015-11-13 Thread David Burgess
On Fri, Nov 13, 2015 at 8:09 AM, David White wrote: > I have a unique scenario: That sounds like a fairly standard use of multi-WAN, with vlan thrown in for flavour. Did you look at this page? If so, do you have any specific questions or

Re: [pfSense] Multi-Wan Setup, High Availability and Traffic Segmentation

2015-11-13 Thread Chris Bagnall
On 13 Nov 2015, at 15:09, David White wrote: > I have a unique scenario: > The higher ups require a multi-wan high availability setup, but assuming > both ISPs are working, some traffic is required to use 1 ISP and some > traffic is required to use the other. > I've read in