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Ultimate Geek


  #1923959 23-Dec-2017 11:00
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Is there any tricks to getting VOIP working on fritzbox behind of sense box?

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Wannabe Geek


  #1954907 10-Feb-2018 19:33
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I have the same ISP and a Fritz!Box 7490.  I'm trying to get the full speed of my Fibre connection now, but I find I have double NATing going on with it and thus am experiencing up/downloads of only 358/385Mb rather then 900/500Mb when connected directly to the 7490 LAN port.  I placed my firewall in the Shared Port portion of the router to allow all ports to go to it and this keeps UPnP happy, but I still have double NAT.  Can anybody tell me what I have to do in the firewall (OPNSense) or Fritz!box to stop the double NAT?

 

Thanks


 
 
 
 




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Ultimate Geek


  #1954981 10-Feb-2018 23:09
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You need to change fritzbox to get IP address from pfsence box

 

 

 

Internet > Acct Information > Operating mode > Share existing Internet connection in the network (IP client mode




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Ultimate Geek


  #1954985 10-Feb-2018 23:12
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Also in 

 

Internet > Acct Info > Connection Settings have downstream & upstream at 99999999..

 

 

 

If you do use Pfsense.. you may need to set WAN MTU & MSS at 1492


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Wannabe Geek


  #1954995 10-Feb-2018 23:29
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My apologies:

 

Thank you for your response.

 

 

 

My setup is like this:

 

2Degrees Internet Fibre <---> (PublicIP - LAN1 NIC) Fritz!Box7490 (Private *.1.* subnet) <---->NIC(WAN) -OPNSense Firewall -NIC(LAN with Private *.30.*  subnet)<---> Managed Switch <---> LAN Devices

 

 

 

I use the Fritz!box for VOIP and wireless support.  It has FIREWALL,NAT, and DHCP enabled.  The OPNSense Firewall is connected to Fritz!box using dedicated Shared Port to its WAN Static IP, thus enabling UPnP.

 

The OPNSense Firewall has FIREWALL, NAT, and DHCP enabled.  Gateway points to Fritz!Box Private IP.

 

 

 

 




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Ultimate Geek


  #1954997 10-Feb-2018 23:36
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Why don't you have OPNsense firewall connected direct to fibre? and then Fritzbox connected to OPNsense firewall..

 

 

 

Fibre

 

--> OPNSense firewall

 

-------> Switch

 

-------------> Fritz & other devices?

 

Fritz phone works ok if you open up right ports




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Ultimate Geek


  #1954998 10-Feb-2018 23:38
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Wannabe Geek


  #1954999 10-Feb-2018 23:53
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Thank you!  I'll try this.  I did not know how to setup SIP support on OPNSense for the Fritz!box. 

 

BTW, OPNSense is an ESXi6.0 VM guest on a home built server consisting of a SuperMicro A1SAI-C2758 MB with 8GB RAM. 

 

 

 

To enable OPNSense to connect directly to 2D, is this what I would have to do:

 

1) Enable VLAN support on the vSwitch NIC named WAN which OPNSense is connected in ESXi6

 

2) Setup VLAN10 somewhere in OPNSense??

 

3) Provide PPPoe 2D login details for the vLAN10 device??

 

4) Connect OPNSense to ONT

 

5) Make Port Fwd connections you recommend for Fritz!Box SIP

 

6) Connect FritzBox to Managed Switch which is connected to OPNSense




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Ultimate Geek


  #1955001 10-Feb-2018 23:58
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Boardwatchr:

 

To enable OPNSense to connect directly to 2D, is this what I would have to do:

 

1) Enable VLAN support on the vSwitch NIC named WAN which OPNSense is connected in ESXi6

 

2) Setup VLAN10 somewhere in OPNSense??

 

3) Provide PPPoe 2D login details for the vLAN10 device??

 

4) Connect OPNSense to ONT

 

5) Make Port Fwd connections you recommend for Fritz!Box SIP

 

6) Connect FritzBox to Managed Switch which is connected to OPNSense

 

 

Looks ok to me.. you have not considered pfsense? I don't have any experience with OPNSense


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Wannabe Geek


  #1955003 11-Feb-2018 00:04
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I tried pfSense multiple times.  Never could get it to connect to the internet with the Fritz!box on 2D.  I got OPNSense working on my first installation.  It just worked with it's defaults.  OPNSense is just a fork of pfSense and has an easier (at least to me) interface to understand.


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Wannabe Geek


  #1955004 11-Feb-2018 00:08
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Do you have the same internet speeds using pfSense as you would using only the Fritz!box?  I'm trying to increase my network speed which is the reason for this discussion.  I'm hoping that my speeds are not being limited by my chosen hardware/firewall.




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Ultimate Geek


  #1955132 11-Feb-2018 11:26
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My speeds ok but only 100/20
But other users ok.
Trick with pfsense to get clan working. There is a thread here somewhere to get it working ok

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Wannabe Geek


  #1955137 11-Feb-2018 11:44
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Well I took OPNSense off of the Esxi server and have it booting directly from hardware now.  I configured it (like pfSense) with a WAN connected to a vLAN10 configured NIC and LAN connected as 192.168.1.1.  I then configured through the web interface the PPPoE login details.  The WAN interface is UP and shows my static IP, when I connect to the ONT, but I still have no internet.  By default LAN interface allow everything and shows as up.

 

 

 

Any ideas?  




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Ultimate Geek


  #1955169 11-Feb-2018 13:37
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Just make sure there is relationship between vlan and pppoe

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Wannabe Geek


#1955173 11-Feb-2018 13:44
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I'm an idiot.  I finally figured out that my laptop had the wrong DNS setting (originally set to the Fritz!box).  I'm responding to you via OPNSense Firewall.  All is good.

 

 

 

Thank you for your help!!  


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