Not sure if port forwarding as such is used in pfSense. Do you mean that you have opened the firewall for a specific port to a specific LAN address?
I would expect that pfSense would be acting as the firewall and block most traffic, and as a router to assign Ips to your VMs in proxmox.
@Juancho It is unclear why you use iptables in this setup. Did you also check the firewall in proxmox?
A setup that work well (for me) is having pfSense as a VM in proxmox. Block all unwanted access to the Proxmox GUI using the firewall in Proxmox, and then use pfSense as a firewall/router for...
Although not the best documentation, it is important to follow the wiki exactly:
Make a decision how to do the networking (one out of three choices), and then follow that.
-why use eno1 as a device?
- Do you have a kvm/routed...
As a follow up: I double checked the config against the pfSense documentation here: https://www.netgate.com/docs/pfsense/virtualization/virtualizing-pfsense-with-proxmox.html
Note there are differences with https://pve.proxmox.com/wiki/PfSense_Guest_Notes . The latter has no date on it, but...
I am not sure I'm following completely, but for an install it is best to work with the suggested vmbr's and hookup a desktop VM to the LAN interface and continue working on that. So create a VM for pfsense, following their documentation here...
You could really move to a real password safe, I am very happy with KeepassXC. Open Source, evaluated as safe, password generator and custom login fields. Works fine with proxmox.
6to4, two firewalls... oh my.
Well, even the topguys think that 4 will exist for a long time next to 6, so nobody will win this battle soon ;)
Hey, thanks fort his write up. For this code part: the first part in linux / should probably also be ROOT.
For people trying: the line is already in the config, just delete the other.
And note that this will erase your ssh key, so do remember the password you set and reapply your...