dhclient - new IP via DHCP on WAN - NAT dont work
max at love2party.net
Fri Jan 19 06:24:27 UTC 2007
[ Moving badly filed pf(sense) PR to the more appropriate list ]
On Friday 19 January 2007 00:51, Andreas Krauß wrote:
> Hi FreeBSD-Team,
> i use "PfSende" a FreeBSD based Firewall-System and have a large
> Problem. Please see
freebsd-stable@ is clearly the wrong mailing list and you do not give
enough details, either. In order to debug this problem we need to know
the pf rules you (or pfsense in this case) are using. In order to
operate with dynamic IPs you need to use the "(ifnX)" syntax - I'm not
sure if pfsense does this by default. In addition there is a problem
with ppp under some circumstances that requires "(tun0:0)" in order to
fully get the IP update.
> Ticket 1207: new IP via DHCP on WAN - NAT dont work
> I have the same Problem, described at Ticket #1176
> <http://cvstrac.pfsense.com/tktview?tn=1176> - and I down know, why
> this Ticket was Closed without any Result ???
> My Pfsense works behind a Cable Modem. Some times i get a new
> WAN-IP-Adress from my Provider via DHCP.
> Pfsense updates the Interfaces Page und the complete WebGUI show
> the new IP. But NAT-Connections to my server behind the Firewall dont
> And its not a DNS-Problem. My Server behind the Firewall checks the
> IP, and after a IP-Change a little Scripts make a DNS update via
> nsupdate. So the resolved IP is correct !!
> After a reboot -> pfsense and NAT-Connections wirks fine !!
> Questions - send me a mail.
> Best regards
> Andreas Krauss
> [Append remarks <http://cvstrac.pfsense.com/tktappend?tn=1207>]
> /2007-Jan-18 16:07:54 by anonymous:/
> We have attempted to fix this with no luck. This is a FreeBSD dhclient
> issue. Please install FreeBSD and post a bug report to
> freebsd-stable at freebsd.org
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