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should I configure vlans in my netgate at layer 3, or implement it on my switches at layer 2? Both. Configuring VLANs on the switches separates those subnets from each other, so they can't communicate with each other without a router/gateway. From the center switch, configure the link to the pfSense as a VLAN trunk, with all VLANs tagged. On the pfSense, ...


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Firewall -> NAT -> Outbound -> Mode (Checklist) Automatic outbound NAT rule generation ///Then Scroll to the Bottom Mappings -> Add -> (No Checklist) "Disabled" (No Checklist) "Do not NAT" (LAN) "Interface" (IPv4) "Address Family" (TCP/UDP) "Protocol" (Any) "Source" (Any) "...


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