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Topic # 150436 22-Jul-2014 19:54
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I have had pfsense setup by someone else and am trying to figure it all out. We have a HP server with 4 NIC's and UFB through callplus. We have a few virtual machines on hyper-v with windows server 2012 and this is functioning really well. We needed a few more static IP's for further hyper-v servers and have a new /28 range due to be installed. I would like some help to set this up please. I have done lots of reading around this and am keen to continue management myself but am just looking for help to set this up initially in Hamilton.

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  Reply # 1093870 22-Jul-2014 19:54
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  Reply # 1093891 22-Jul-2014 20:11
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It depends on how your new /28 is being delivered to you. I imagine it'll be routed to you over your existing connected subnet, so just create the new ARP or CARP VIPs, Alias's, and and proceed with the usual FW Rule and PAT setup as you normally would.

Luckily pfsense has a pretty big community and is widely used so finding a step by step guide shouldn't be a problem.
https://doc.pfsense.org/index.php/Main_Page

Here's a NZ school which made a blog when they setup their UFB connection with pfsense : http://ufb.mtaspiring.school.nz/Downhome/Firewall

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1103203 6-Aug-2014 12:21
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Is there anyone Hamilton based preferably or even remotely who can help me. The pfsense is set up to be able to be accessed remotely. 

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