I have a pfSense router which has multiple subnets of IPs routed to it. My Proxmox is a client to pfSense and has obtained IP of 192.168.4.3 - all containers made by Proxmox have Bridgemode so they obtain IPs like 192.168.4.5, 192.168.4.6 and so on. I use Outbound Manual NAT on pfSense to send request from container through a specific public IP to outside. I use NAT forward to send inbound request through pfSense to Proxmox containers.
This gives the illusion as if container has the public IP assigned to it. But it doesn't. And that is my problem now. I want to be able to assign the virtual public IP that is now on pfSense directly onto an interface on Proxmox container. I like to avoid vlans on all ends. I am not able to connect more physical ports either (run out of it). I am open to use the public IP address through bridge mode. Is this possible? If yes, how? Thanks