I have a problem that I think can be solved using (a combination of) NAT/routing, but I'm not sure how to.
Currently I have a pfSense router that has a LAN1 interface (192.168.0.254) with it and all connected hosts being in the subnet 192.168.0.0/24. I would like to make both the router and all of the hosts available under a second IP range 192.168.1.0/24. Each IP 192.168.1.x
should map to 192.168.0.x
. By doing this, pinging 192.168.1.x
(from any host!) should trigger a reply from host 192.168.0.x
, apparently coming from 192.168.1.x
To give you a sense of what this is for: not all of the hosts on my network (printers for example) allow for setting an IP alias and yet I need them to be reachable on two IPs in different subnets.
Thanks for any help.