Adding a second bridge for PFSense Router

Pierro

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Aug 24, 2023
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I currently have the default single bridge in my PVE (vmbr0) 192.168.1.0/24

I would like to add a second bridge which will be controlled by a PFSense router for the subnet 192.168.10.0/24
On this router I want to put the WAN side to 192.168.1.1 (Main Gateway) and the LAN side to 192.168.10.1 to handle everything on a new bridge vmbr99

Is this possible? Basically I want to VPN the xx.xx.10.0/24 subnet using the PFSense router.

Where do I start?

Thanks
 
Yes, a bridge doesn't need to be bridged to a physical NIC. Create your vmbr99, create a pfsense VM and then add one vNIC to vmbr0 and one vNIC to vmbr99. Other guests then could be added to vmbr99 and use the pfsense as the gateway.
 

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