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Mine were out of order too and I had to swich them using Option 2 on th PfSence unit. Used the MAC to figure out the order. Mine was ordered 1, 4, 2, 3.


Mine were also out of order. igb0 is 1 and igb1 is 4.

What is this "Option 2" method you speak of for changing them?

Same here for NICs, exactly same order.


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Thanks, didn't know about these converters, will save me some money. With regards to LAN ports, can you please tell me which number did you assign to Windows? I assume it should be 1, or maybe it doesn't matter. I'm on Virgin Media 200/10 and would use only 2 of the LAN ports, 1 for Windows and 2 for LAN, which will go to my R7000 LAN 1.

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I also bought the same box from Qotom. It arrived today, pre-configured with 8 GB (Kingston branded) and 120 GB m.2 SSD (Phison branded).
Tried to install pfSense 2.3.3. I only have a TV that supports HDMI, so I could not see the whole text, especially at the bottom where is asks you to configure the various steps. So obviously I could not configure to my liking.
Just wanted to ask: is there a specific order for the 4 LAN ports to attach the WAN cable and the LAN? I used LAN1 for WAN and LAN2 for LAN (I attached a Netgear R7000 with stock firmware acting as Access Point and had IP 192.168.1.2). I could not get to the GUI of pfSense at 192.168.1.1 (neither with http or https).
So I guess I will need to buy a monitor with HDMI port to be able to configure pfSense.
Any help, or ideas, is appreciated.
Thanks

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