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he is changing the two rules for his LAN IP to go out via the wan VIP rahter than the wan interface (so failover can work) However I am doing mine a bit different and have my vlans setup as well so when I go to manual, i get 4 rules for each subnet rather than the 2 he has (as shown in the screenshot i linked in the original post).

pfSense® software enables the use of multiple IP addresses in conjunction with NAT or local services through Virtual IPs (VIPs). Virtual IP Addresses.



Take a look at this guide (you may as well add all 5 IPs), then you can follow my above. . There are four types of Virtual IP addresses available in pfSense: IP Alias , CARP, Proxy ARP, and Other.


I would like each of the 5 public IPs to have their own network (NAT), so for example the 199. Not reflection is. Simple Step by Step Guide For 1:1 Nat.

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In the Nat section of the PFSense, there is a one to one TAB that allows mapping option to allow all traffic on an exteranl IP to map to an internal IP. XXX.

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Set it to Round Robin with Sticky Addresses.

Assign the single IP (probably a /30 network) to your WAN interface. . 51.

Virtual IP Addresses. Once defined, those Virtual IPs can be used in a number of useful ways, such as: Redirecting WAN traffic to a specific server connected to our LAN using one or more Inbound NAT rules (see Inbound NAT paragraph below). You will need to set up the rules to allow the NAT to occure. It is pretty straight forward. Notes: The IP of my router differs from the IPs I'm port forwarding (this is intentional). XX.


LAN interface does not have a gateway set. pfSense NAT not passing traffic.




Navigate to Firewall > NAT, 1:1 tab.