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Revisiting PPPoE forwarding to PfSense

A few months ago I described how I started using PfSense as a proper gateway. I configured my ADSL router to act as just a modem, forwarding the PPPoE tunnel to PfSense. PfSense would then be in charge of everything … Continue reading

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Comtrend HG/CT536+ and how to bridge PPPoE connections

Recently I managed to fix my horribly designed -and implemented- home network such that computers accessing the internet no longer had to double-NAT. It has been glorious and extremely stable: much better than having to restart the ADSL router/gateway every … Continue reading

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Jazztel internet, Telefónica router and PfSense firewall - tying all three together

Historically, the network topology at my home has been horrible. A little background on why it's so foul. Ever since I got ADSL, all the literature I've received regarding the set-up parameters has told me the encapsulation my connection uses … Continue reading

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PfSense and me

I have had a PfSense installation running in some form or other for approximately three years now. First it was some Frankenstein Pentium I computer I managed to put together with scrounged parts from eight different computers that hardly worked. … Continue reading

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