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Pretty interesting discussion but I'm not really sure it's related to my problem.

Given the answers and the documentation I found It's simple no possible create "switch like" interfaces in pfsense.

The only solution I got was to create on the host system (I'm testing pfsense virtualized) a virtual interface for every vlan and then add interfaces to pfsense. On pfsense I bridge those interfaces with it's correspondent vlan interface.

It's the only way I got it working

This would be a nice feature for pfsense. Note aside: wouldn't solve the problem the inclusion of openvswitch as a core packet in pfsense?

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Hello,

First message here. I'm testing a pfsense as a home firewall, and right now I miss a feature that I have seen in other firewall and would solve the problem I have got.

Basically I have got a trunk with all the vlans I want to use. What I need right now is a way to configure secondary interfaces as members of this vlans but not tagged, I want them just share broadcast domain. Think of them as access ports.

I expect this traffic to be read as the vlan interface created and same firewall rules applied.

I know for sure that other firewalls can manage this but can't find any option in pfsense. Is this even possible?

I'm running 2.4.2 by the way.

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