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NAT / Why doesn't my Auto-created rule for LAN->WAN work in AON mode?
« on: January 03, 2018, 10:33:49 am »
I added an OpenVPN client to a VPN provider today following the guide here: https://forum.pfsense.org/index.php?topic=76015.0

I only want HTTP,HTTPS and DNS going over the VPN interface. All other (ssh, NTP, etc) should use the WAN interface.

As I understand, when switching to AON (I was using Automatic) the automatic rules which were in effect are now applied as regular rules in the AON table.  I was not able to connect anywhere over the VPN link however. When I finally added a NAT Alias for 80,443, and 53, and applied it to a new rule (PIA VPN PORTS in the picture), then things started working again.

I noticed I cannot browse any Steam game servers however. Also, ssh access to some of my external servers is not working. I don't see in the docs (https://doc.pfsense.org/index.php/Outbound_NAT) anything about adding explicit egress ports for AON, so I must be missing something.

I noticed however that there is a rule (2nd from bottom in picture) which allows all of my internal LAN to the WAN port "auto created rule - LAN to WAN" so why isn't this rule working?

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General Questions / SMTP notifications over SSL?
« on: May 27, 2017, 11:35:26 am »
Hi,
First day with pfsense. I'm trying to configure SMTP notifications. My mail server is behind a NAT on 10.10.10.2 and uses SSL on port 62933. I can connect to the SSL service over telnet from pfsense, but the pfsense gui says "Could not send the message to user@host.localdomin -- Error: could not connect to the host "10.10.10.2": ??

Do I need to load the SMTP cert (self-signed) into pfsense somehow?

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