I have the following question: How can I use public IP's on the LAN?
I did read the FAQ on this item but I can't get it to work.
The FAQ states: "you need to disable NAT to use a public IP subnet on the LAN. Just enable Advanced Outbound NAT, and remove the automatically generated NAT rule to accomplish this." Nice, but what do I have to change in the webinterface to get it working...
I tried changing pfsense behavior in the following places (with no succes):
1. System \ Advanced: Network Address Translation Disable NAT Reflection Disables the automatic creation of NAT redirect rules for access to your public IP addresses from within your internal networks. Note: Reflection only works on port forward type items and does not work for large ranges > 500 ports.
2. Firewall \ NAT \ Outbound: Manual Outbound NAT rule generation (Advanced Outbound NAT (AON))
Lets say my client machine on the LAN wants to access my webserver which is also on the LAN (for now) via the WAN address.
My WAN address is xyz.dyndns.org and the webserver is NATed to an ip on the LAN (from the outside it is accessible).
What step do I have to take, so that the client machine can read the webserver via http://xyz.dyndns.org
I hope someone can tell me the steps to get this working correctly.