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ESXI Guest not routing
« on: December 01, 2017, 10:48:52 am »
I'm not really sure if this is a NAT problem, I think it is, but not 100% sure.

I've got a 2 nic setup on esxi, everything is working fine I get a dhcp IP from the vlan interface but I can't get out the wan. I have pia running on the box that all my lan traffic is going out by default (using gateways). However, I'm able to setup the gateway for WAN that routes specific traffic out of it, I've done it for another interface I have for all my streaming devices on another vlan and it works fine. But I can't get the esxi guest out to the Internet. I can see in the firewall that the routes get built but nothing comes back in.

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HOSTNET udp 192.168.2.2:14987 -> 208.67.222.220:53 NO_TRAFFIC:SINGLE 2 / 0 120 B / 0 B
HOSTNET udp 192.168.2.2:14987 -> 208.67.220.220:53 NO_TRAFFIC:SINGLE 2 / 0 120 B / 0 B
HOSTNET udp 192.168.2.2:14987 -> 208.67.220.222:53 NO_TRAFFIC:SINGLE 2 / 0 120 B / 0 B
HOSTNET udp 192.168.2.2:53838 -> 208.67.222.220:53 NO_TRAFFIC:SINGLE 2 / 0 120 B / 0 B
HOSTNET udp 192.168.2.2:53838 -> 208.67.220.220:53 NO_TRAFFIC:SINGLE 2 / 0 120 B / 0 B
HOSTNET udp 192.168.2.2:53838 -> 208.67.220.222:53 NO_TRAFFIC:SINGLE 2 / 0 120 B / 0 B
HOSTNET udp 192.168.2.2:50107 -> 208.67.222.220:53 NO_TRAFFIC:SINGLE 2 / 0 148 B / 0 B
HOSTNET udp 192.168.2.2:50107 -> 208.67.220.220:53 NO_TRAFFIC:SINGLE 2 / 0 148 B / 0 B
HOSTNET udp 192.168.2.2:50107 -> 208.67.220.222:53 NO_TRAFFIC:SINGLE 2 / 0 148 B / 0 B
HOSTNET udp 192.168.2.2:9569 -> 208.67.222.220:53 NO_TRAFFIC:SINGLE 2 / 0 148 B / 0 B
HOSTNET udp 192.168.2.2:9569 -> 208.67.220.220:53 NO_TRAFFIC:SINGLE 2 / 0 148 B / 0 B
HOSTNET udp 192.168.2.2:9569 -> 208.67.220.222:53 NO_TRAFFIC:SINGLE 2 / 0 148 B / 0 B

I tried adding rules on the hostnet interface for both lan and wan, I tried adding floating points to pickup the traffic for the hostnet interface, and I've made sure the outbound nat (AON) is setup , but still nothing.

Can anyone assist or point me in the right direction?