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Denniz
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Hello. I have just installed pfsense on hyper v. I have it setup like this.

ISP->ISP router->pfsense

I can access the lan on the isp router but i cant access the internet. The isp router is working fine, i know that. I have tried to change dns and so on. Does anyone know whart to do?

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I'm going to assume that your ISP router is a router/modem combo?

 

If so, did you put it in bridge mode?

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4 minutes ago, Cypher64 said:

I'm going to assume that your ISP router is a router/modem combo?

 

If so, did you put it in bridge mode?

Nope, it dosent have that function, i'm using a private ip from the isp router as the wan on pfsense. But the wierd thing is that i cat access the internet, just pfsense lan and the isp routers lan. And yes, i have unchecked the setting that blocks private networks.

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What type of connection do you have?

 

Just trying to visualize your setup.

 

So it's ISP modem -> ISP router -> Hyper-V server with Pfsense in VM -> lan ?

 

 

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Just now, Cypher64 said:

What type of connection do you have?

 

Just trying to visualize your setup.

 

So it's ISP modem -> ISP router -> Hyper-V server with Pfsense in VM -> lan ?

 

 

Yes

ISP modem-->ISP router-->Server with pfsense in hyper v (on the isp's router's lan)-->pfSense lan.

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Just now, Denniz said:

Yes

ISP modem-->ISP router-->Server with pfsense in hyper v (on the isp's router's lan)-->pfSense lan.

 

Why are you using the isp's router then?  You'd be double NATting.

 

Try: ISP modem to firewalled port on the pfsense nic, then the lan port to your switch/devices/ap (or however you are connecting your lan devices)

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9 hours ago, Denniz said:

Yes

ISP modem-->ISP router-->Server with pfsense in hyper v (on the isp's router's lan)-->pfSense lan.

Can you get to the internet with a machine on the ISP router lan?

 

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I got it to work, I had set the gateway as 10.0.0.1 instead of 192.168.1.1.

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