Static routes

When we have local networks that are reachable through a router other than pfSense's default gateway, we need to configure a static route. A simple example of this situation is a router that is connected to the LAN network. The following diagram illustrates this scenario:

The DMZ network is not directly connected to pfSense and thus requires a static route

In this scenario, the LAN interface has a static IP address of The DMZ router is connected to the LAN switch and DMZ's WAN interface has an IP address of DMZ is not directly connected to pfSense, and the DMZ network is not reachable through pfSense's ...

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