How to Install and Configure pfSense 2.1.5 (Firewall/Router) for Your Home/Office Network

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23 Responses

  1. Khurram Raja says:

    How can you put Lan and Wan on same subnet? Lan and wan ip are the network Why is that?

    • Jeff says:

      I agree. I am a little confused by this as well. Shouldn’t you change you lan ip scheme to 192.128.1.x? I ask because I really think this is a good article and I am about to set this up in my lab, only it is being install on a Check Point UTM, and through console port. Thanks again!

  2. MRVH says:

    I have a typo:

    pfsense1(LAN: WAN: and pfsense2 (LAN: WAN: I’m config sync with LAN ok but with wan can’t sync, please help me. Thank.

  3. Ye Lin Naing says:

    Thank you…..very much!

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