So this is what I arrived at over the weekend:
iface lo inet loopback
iface enp3s0 inet manual
iface enp4s0 inet manual
iface enp6s0 inet manual
iface vlan1 inet...
Alright. So, it didn't go as smoothly as I had hoped. I created a bridge with no ip like so:
iface vmbr3 inet manual
I tried attaching it via the gui did not work. Proxmox yelled at me because it there was...
Holy crap! That could work! It's so obvious now... I've been racking my brain monkeying around with OVS, vlans and Proxmox's native firewall... I completely over thought it. Attaching the bridge to the pfSense VM in the VM config is what I totally forgot about. I could not figure out how to get...
That's pretty similar to what I currently have setup and it works well, but what I am trying to do is have my "emergency port" and be able to access the Proxmox web gui from behind pfSense. I really appreciate the advice!
Good morning! I am attempting to setup proxmox web gui access on two separate interfaces/networks. I have 3 nics. Two are dedicated to pfsense (wan/lan) and the other is supposed to be for emergency access in the event pfsense goes belly up. The nic interfaces are as follows:
- enp3s0 - proxmox...