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Dual WAN with Dual LAN

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Alright, this is a little different network setup that I am having a hard time figure out. Searching google brings results but not for what I am looking to do.

Here is my setup current setup.

WAN (DSL Modem as Transparent Bridge) --- > pfSense ---> LAN (10.0.1.0/24)

The pfSense box is my handles the PPPOE from my DSL modem and my DSL modem is setup as a transparent bridge, this setup works great for what I wanted it to do right now.

I have just ordered another WAN connection to my house so now I want to set it up to something like below...

WAN1 (DSL Modem as Transparent Bridge) --- > pfSense ---> LAN1 (10.0.1.0/24)
WAN2 (DSL Modem as Transparent Bridge) --- > pfSense ---> LAN2 (172.16.0.0/24)
LAN1 (10.0.1.0/24) ---> pfSense ---> LAN2 (172.16.0.0/24)

I would like to setup WAN1 to only be used on LAN1 and WAN2 to only be used on LAN2 but I also need the two LANs to communicate to each other without having to go across the WANs. I do not want to load balance or anything between the two WANs.

Any ideas or suggestions on how to do this would be great.

Thanks
3dhomejoe
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Got it figured out, on each LAN you can assign a gateway via the firewall.
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