My goal is to limit IP address access on VLANs on my switch. Basically, I will have a few servers separated into VLANs, and I want to restrict each VLAN to a certain number of IP addresses. I'm not using NAT--all of the IPs are public.
My regular servers are on VLAN 16. I have a server on VLAN 18. My pfSense installation is on a KVM with one interface in VLAN 16 and another on VLAN 18 (as a tagged port).
I'm trying to go through the tutorial(s) but since I'm not a networking pro by any means, I'm a bit confused.
My pfSense installation's WAN IP is 10.10.10.200. The server on VLAN 18 is 10.10.10.201. How would the traffic move through the pfSense port on VLAN 18? Do I need to set the gateway on the server to 10.10.10.200?
Thanks in advance