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  1. This is a dejavu, i was having issues today after setting my first pfsense router. My question is, was this working before? Because if it was it could be network issue. In my case what solved the problem was removing a setting in my WAN interface called "block private networks and loopback addresses" I'm have a double NAT situation as well. Also go to the website canyouseeme.org and check if the port is actually open. Also, follow the instructions from @CHBMB maybe that's all you need. Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
  2. I switched because my router died yesterday. And it made perfect sense to try it, since everyone I know and forums tell that is way better. But to me it's not better. It's different, I can compare Pfsense to fortinet in that sense. I'm looking for the same as you, in that case, control sites, get to know which device is using more bandwidth. Like unifi or even ddwrt does. Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
  3. Aftrr long try and error. I decided to run pfsense ina separate box lol. [emoji1787] Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
  4. I was going to buy a USG or an ASUS RT-AC66. But I decided to try pfsense first. I like and everything, it's somewhat complicated, but nothing you can fix with youtube. What I still don't find is how to use deep package inspection, monitor my internet speed and what every user downloads. Which is really easy with the alternatives I mentioned. I really like the port forward and the nat translation in the firewall rules, I must say. But I feel like I'm missing something. I know pfsense is enterprise grade so to speak. Have you guys felt the same way with this? Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
  5. Right on! Thanks for everything Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
  6. Thanks for the explanation. I think I'll keep it disable for now. I have only one ISP provider, so high availability won't help me much there. And for performance done right I gotta buy a switch that supports link aggregation. And it's only me connecting to the server so. This should be enough to get me started with pfsense. I noticed Spaceinvader recommends using the nic via pcie pass-through. But I want to use the extra ports for different VMs I don't see why not. Is this possible? Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
  7. Something like ? br0 -> eth0 br1 -> eth1 br2 -> eth2 br3 -> eth3 br4 -> eth4 Also, I really don't plan in using bonding, because honestly, it's my house, and when the internet goes down, it goes down. For what else I can use bonding here, other than increasing throughput maybe (My network is 1GB so it won't get faster than that)
  8. Cool. Just did it worked. Question. I don't know if it's possible, how can I use the extra ports that I have now with the docker containers and VMs? I guess is using bridge, but don't know how to set it up. I see you can do a single bridge with all the ports, or create each port as it's own bridge. If there's a FAQ somewhere send me there.
  9. Thanks. I see it works but I'm getting this message I don't know why. My end goal is to have more ports and assign custom nics to dockers and VMs. Which, I think can be achieved if I enable bridge.
  10. Ne, I'm not. Just trying to be helpful. It's cool as long as we problem is solved.
  11. I really meant to send that to you when I quoted. So you knew what that error was and get an idea on how to go from there.
  12. Those error are relating sudo, there's a thread in askubuntu here, see if you can troubleshoot from there because that shouldn't happen https://askubuntu.com/questions/637432/sudo-comes-up-with-an-error-cannot-run-anything-as-root
  13. I think it has to do with this. But I'm still don't get it. My card is now showing as eth1