Sorry Marcelloc I am not understanding what you mean.
switch port1 untagle tag vlans 100,119,120,130
switch port2 pfsense tag vlans 119,120,130
Perhaps we can stick with 19, 20, & 30 to keep thinks clear. Are you saying don't place Untangle between pfSense and the switch but rather connect both Untangle and pfSense to the switch?
It may be easier to route and could setup vlans to pfsense without loosing untagle bridge.
Would this only use Untangle to filter traffic on VLAN 100?
on pfsense configure vlans to fit each network (10.10.19.1/24 10.10.20.1/24 10.10.30.1/24) on it's own interface.
I have successfully used one interface with multiple VLANs and DHCP from pfSense to the switch. This works very well. The client would also like to use Untangle, but it seems it may not be worth the trouble.