Other issue that i have noticed that is the memory usage on the Proxmox HV for Pfsense is different then on the Pfsense dashboard
Why is that? and should the Pfsense VM consume so much memory ?
On the Pfsense Dashboard
The Pfsense FW is running on the Proxmox HV
All Vlan's works fine
just a minor issue with my Tenda WiFi router unable to make it into Access Point ( cheap china product )
Other then that, all runs fine.
On the bare metal PC Pfsense
Finally i have got the missing part ( as mentioned, luck of knowledge on switches configuration)
When setting a Vlan's on the switch (where i have setup port 24 as Trunk )
I found out that on each Vlan it is necessary to mark port 24 as T (Trunk )
In order to know where my path is going south regarding Pfsense as Vm, I decided to try installing it on bare metal PC and try to make it work with my dell 5324 switch.
Later I'll post my setup hoping you guys see where I lost it.
I am thinking maybe my luck of knowledge is the issue here...
Thank for the initial help
Finally get it running connected to a simple WiFi router with some tweaks
But when I am trying to connect the Lan to A dell 5324 switch with some vlan's to the port 24 (trunk) with no success getting clients receive Dhcp ip's
Can't figure it out.
I'll give it more...
After a long research between several Hypervisor, i decided to go with Proxmox for my home network.
I started with Pfsense on a Phisical PC and it worked fine.
Now i am trying to install the Pfsense as VM on my new Dell T320 Server along side other Vm's such freenas, and gaming server...