I'm setting up pfSense as a deparmental firewall within my network in
order to seperate a specific LAN from the rest of the world. In order to
access the Internet by means of HTTP or FTP protocols I must refer my
browser to a proxy server. When I try to download any packages (CVS) the
Yeah, that seems to have solved the problem, although we first started
our tests with public addressesuhmm, maybe just mucked up with the
addresses, ports and netmasks somewhere/sometime.
thanks to all.
Holger Bauer wrote:
Is there only one administrator user in pfsense? As far as I can see,
there is only a single user for the webgui, but how about the BSD users?
I would like to setup two different administrators for the firewall, and
each user should have his own password. This cannot be accomplished
Does anyone know some details regarding the new upcoming implementation?
Bill Marquette wrote:
On 1/5/07, Tim Dickson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
I'm not certain about the BSD users... (although it seems logical that
it would work)
I do know that a multiuser environment is being developed
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I can't view any of the tutorials that are mirrored through the
TUTORIALS page (http://pfsense.com/index.php?id=36). It seems to be some
sort of Flash content, but nothing ever gets loaded. I can view/download
the others that are directly connected to the site (i.e. transparent
My pfsense machine has only got 3 physical interfaces and now I need
another network on which I've got to place a few new servers. Is there
any other method of defining an extra network without having to open up
my hardware? I read there is VLAN support in PFSENSE, but cannot find
When you say you've deactivated the firewall rules what do you exactly
mean? I would suggest :
* use ACCEPT ALL rules (ANY to ANY) on your interfaces
* remove the BLOCK Private Addresses feature on the WAN interface
This should allow PFSENSE to work as a router. You will probably
This worked fine when I was using a switch with no VLAN configuration ,
but as soon as we defined VLANs on the switch, it seems that the PFSense
machine has lost contact with all other machines, both virtual and
physical. Are the VLANs defined at the switch level transparent to the
I saw the FAQ but wasn't really sure if I understood it correctly or if
it was wrong : it seemed strange to me :-) .
I've installed rules on the CARP interface to accept anything from
anyone (like all interfaces at the moment), but the message is the same.
I read the first tutorial you
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