I built my Cisco Lab at home and am connected through my pfsense to the internet.
I use for the LAN Range some 192.168.1.0/24 Subnet, where also my Lab has a leg in...
My Lab has a static default-route to the pfsense. The default-route is redistributed within the Lab.
The farest Router away from the pfsense has a Laptop connected, he resides in Subnet 184.108.40.206/30
If i make a ping to the 2 PC's that share the 192.168.1.0/24 Subnet - it works, also traceroute to public
addresses end on the pfsense itself - then i have timeouts.
The 220.127.116.11/30 and special Lab-Subnets have static entries at the pfsense directing to the LAN interface,
so the way back for traffic is managed so far from the LAN Subnet.
I am now not shure why i can not access the internet from my Laptop, as he is able to reach the pfsense by ping.
if i trace to public addresses, it stucks - the last time exceeded i recieve is from the pfsense. then * * *
Of course i have created a LAN Rule that permits the Subnet 18.104.22.168/30 to any...
Do i have to make some 1:1 NAT, Outbound with Virtual Address? I guess that this 22.214.171.124 must be natted
to some 192.168.1.X Address within the LAN Subnet? If i cannot manage this on the pfsense i will try then
to NAT on the Cisco Router then... But anyone perhapps has advice how to make this more sexy? ;-)