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Offline oswazi

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Pfsense Transparency
« on: October 07, 2008, 07:10:08 am »
Hello All,

Here is my setup

Pfsense built using snapshot on Tue Jul 22 21:50:49 EDT 2008


I didn't know what the description of this issue would be and where to start searching, so here is what i'm looking into:

1) I would like to just use pfsense as a bandwidth monitoring box.
2) I need to keep the LAN IP's static and Public (no private addressing)
3) Would I even use NAT to complete this (1:1 ?)

I would appreciate any assistance given.

Offline cwadge

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Re: Pfsense Transparency
« Reply #1 on: October 07, 2008, 03:42:49 pm »
You could NAT 1:1, or you could use PFSense as a bridge. See here:

The gist is that in a bridge config, both interfaces will exist on the same subnet, but with different IPs. The PFSense will not provide routes, but may need some static routes if you have layer-3 switching immediately upstream or downstream of it.