Jan 08, 2020
I have a hosted server which runs Proxmox for virtualisation. I currently have a debian based firewall protecting my virtual network. I have been trying to replace this with pfsense for a while. My problem is that I cant set the default gateway as it resides on a different subnet. Since each machine on the network has a static IP address on a different subnet than the gateway, they are unable to communicate with the Internet, although they can still communicate with the LAN. My initial thought was to just change the local-facing interface of the gateway to 192.168.127.1 , but that idea was shot down by the requirement of Feb 05, 2020 · For example, how do I run pods with different CIDR ranges added to my Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC)? Also, how can I add more IP addresses to my subnet when it runs out of IP addresses? Finally, how can I be sure that pods running on worker nodes have different IP ranges? Subnet delegation can be modified to zero or multiple delegations enabled for it. If a resource for a service is already deployed in the subnet, subnet delegation can't be added or removed until all the resources for the service are removed. To delegate for a different service, select the service you want to delegate to from the Services list.
May 04, 2016 · There is no reason to consider different SUBNETs to be different NETWORKS. I'm sure they did that to placate rights holders, but the developer that wrote the restriction is flat out wrong. Many new wifi routers create their own subnet. By default your wifi device (IOS and Android) will be on a different subnet than your TIVO box.
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Jul 15, 2020
However, when I want to isolate the VPN clients in a different subnet (for example 192.168.2.0/24) then I don't know how to proceed. The connection to the VPN server works fine, my VPN client gets the address 192.168.2.2 for example, and is able to ping the server at 192.168.1.2 , but can't see the other machines in 192.168.1.0/24 and can't