Configure an IPsec VPN Tunnel site-to-site between WatchGuard Appliance and a pfSense Firewall it is not so difficult. In this post I’ll show all the configuration items to get the IpSec Vpn up and working. Continue reading
Some days ago I’ve upgraded my pfSense installed in the office to new release 2.3. This device is running is a mother board PC Engines ALIX-based with compact flash: for this reason pfSense is based on NanoBSD image.
Usually this process is flawless, but now I’ve noticed after the upgrade lot of slowness: some page take long time to respond or do not load at all.
After some search I’ve found the solution in page “Upgrade Guide-pfSense”: pls see linkografia. Continue reading
Att: PfSense and IpCop boxes are using a public ip address on WAN side.
– Go under VPN menu, option IPSec, and check Enable IPSec check box, and hit Save button. Then click the Add tunnel icon on the right side of the page, now you’ve a new page where you can specify VPN tunnel options.
– Mandatory Parameters
Key Exchange Version: V1
Internet Protocol: IpV4
Remote Gateway: The public ip address of IpCop box Continue reading