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Ok, so I'm setting up a PFSense box in a virtual machine to run my network for me. It's a little different though, because I have two incoming internet connections, and two outgoing lans. I cannot for the life of me get the internet to go to the lans. The box itself has internet as I can install packages and such, which require an internet connection.

I'm going to go over this rig's network adapters.

em0: Internet coming in from a bridged wireless card, vmnet2
em1: Internet coming in from a different bridged wireless card, and a different source, vmnet3
em2: A bridge to my wired NIC on my computer so it can feed the rest of the network, vmnet4
em3: A private host only network so that only my computer can control the box, vmnet5
em4: Internet returning back to the origin network because I am controlling QoS on that network through the bridged wireless card, vmnet2

Now I have my WAN set to a static IP on vmnet2, and all is fine. The gateway is pointing to the router on the network.

My Lan is my Host only network, so that I can actually setup the network before I roll it out. This works fine.

My OPT 1 connection is my load balance, vmnet3, and load balancing seems to work fine.

My OPT 2 Connection is my wired NIC on vmnet4, and this kills my entire network once DHCP is running because my computer decides to default to this adapter for everything.

My OPT 3 Connection is my return back to my WAN, and if I configure a client to use this as my gateway on that network, they can see the firewall, but can't go past it.



My Network config is as such:

WAN : Static IP
IP: 192.168.10.55
Subnet: 255.255.255.0
Gateway: 192.168.10.1 (Modem for the network)

LAN: Static IP
IP: 10.1.1.3
Subnet 255.255.255.0
No Gateway

OPT1: Static IP
IP: 10.1.10.55
Subnet: 255.255.255.0
Gateway: 10.1.10.1 (Modem for the network)

OPT2: Disabled as to keep network functional for time being

OPT3: Static IP
IP: 192.168.10.56
Subnet: 255.255.255.0
No Gateway



My WAN and OPT1 are load balancing each other, and acting as a fail over for each other, and this works just fine.

My firewall rules will all all traffic to flow wherever it pleases.

I have no QoSing currently.

My web cache is disabled to rule out any interference.


I have also tried to set my em4 (wireless return) as my LAN adapter, however I cannot access my firewall at all that way.


So again, with these settings, the firewall can access the internet, but nothing can access the internet through the firewall. If someone could help me set this up I would be extremely grateful.
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