I had all of this working with PPPoE + PF, but now i have a T-1
with several IPs all aliased off of the main.
pf is working fine....however, I now have lost WAN NAT LOOPBACK.
What I need is a way to go from one LAN machine to the WAN and
loopback to the other LAN machine.
Since this 'just works' with pppoe, how do I do it with pf?
binat on $bge1 from 192.168.82.170 to any -> 67.x.x.1
binat on $bge1 from 192.168.82.171 to any -> 67.x.x.2
binat on $bge1 from 192.168.82.172 to any -> 67.x.x.3
binat on $bge1 from 192.168.82.173 to any -> 67.x.x.4
and so on.
I need to use 192.168.82.172 to go and connect to public
This results in an immediate connection refused. I see nothing in the
pflog and I even tried pass out quick all.
So I dont think pf is technically blocking it -but....
Why do I need this? - I run 2 external DNS servers (with views) and
as such NS2 needs to talk to NS1 but using the WAN NAT loopbacks.
thanks in advance for any tips.
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