Proxmox 7 IPFO with PFSENSE (OVH IP fail over)

stormy27

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Dear all,

Last weeks I've spend many hours/days for searching a solution to my problem: IPFO declaration with PFENSE VM architecture....

As shown in this picture above:
OVH MAIN IP/FAILOVER -> VMBR0 --> VMBR1 (WAN) --> PFSENSE (WAN) --> PFSENSE (LAN) --> VMs
... and I don't know/understand how to proceed in my situation.... any tips please???

In 2 words: VMBR0 is having unique public IP, throwing requests to PFSENSE (WAN) using VMBR1. Then following PFSENSE rules the LAN part is managing access to different VMs. And for admin access, a VPN tunnel directly to PFSENSE, giving ability to access everything inside.

It's working finely, it's good but only with .... 1 IP address. (I followed different threads on internet to build this architecture)
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Now HOW can I integrate IPFO for VMBR0?? I want to keep VMBR1/PFSENSE WAN filtering (that's the reason of this architecture!).

But on DEBIAN 11, how/where to declare the IPFO?
@jinjer gave on another post info related to vmbr0: OK, but in my situation VM are inside the protected LAN with alternative VMBR1/PFENSE redirection.

How to integrate OVH IP FO here? Where to put declaration/redirection/etc???

I bought different IPFO from OVH (so with MAC address) but I'm spending time and having no clue.....

My target is to have many IPFO for each VM located inside the LAN part (so protected by PFSENSE).


Need help, thanks! :) and take care
 
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