Doing so allows pfSense to configure VLAN access to VMware. Imagine you are configuring a switch, except this one is virtual. Allowing the LAN 'port' on the switch to access all VLANs transforms it into a 'trunk' or 'tagged' VLAN port which is able to carry all VLAN data.
1 thought on “ OpenDNS on pfSense ” Mark Altmann May 9, 2018 at 4:30 pm. Probably also good to check out the CloudFlare DNS: 184.108.40.206 and the recently started Quad9 by PCH, IBM and others: 220.127.116.11 OpenDNS now supports IPv6 addresses — meaning that, by using the OpenDNS Sandbox, you’ll be able to resolve your DNS using IPv6 DNS servers. Why IPv6? IPv6 supports a far larger number of addresses than IPv4, which is why the change is taking place now — since IPv4 was implemented in 1981, the Internet has grown dramatically, and there This can force DNS requests from local clients to use the DNS Forwarder or Resolver on pfSense® for resolution. When combined with OpenDNS, this allows DNS-based content filtering to be enforced on the local network. Setup OpenDNS servers (or whatever DNS servers are preferred) in System > General. The software used on the appliance is pfSense® version 2.4.4-RELEASE-p3 The same settings can be performed on OPNsense using the same rules. For those wishing to learn more about Kutter features, the specifications can be reached at the following link www.kutter.it. At the same link you can also ask for a free demo. The procedure is immediate.
OpenDNS now supports IPv6 addresses — meaning that, by using the OpenDNS Sandbox, you’ll be able to resolve your DNS using IPv6 DNS servers. Why IPv6? IPv6 supports a far larger number of addresses than IPv4, which is why the change is taking place now — since IPv4 was implemented in 1981, the Internet has grown dramatically, and there
The Pi-Hole should forward DNS requests to my pfSense router, which then forwards requests to the public DNS server. (In my case, OpenDNS) (The reason for this is that I like having the ability to create DNS entries and aliases for machines within my network if needed. Managing this in pfSense is easy.) DHCP Static Mapping
Dec 29, 2013 · If you are then you can have your DNS server for your clients that connect via OpenVPN be the IP address of the pfSense box either 192.168.15.1 or 192.168.10.1(assuming this is the ip address of your pfsense box in these two networks) since you can now reach either of these networks from the OVPN network.
Jan 03, 2020 · DNSSEC and DNS over TLS are security enhancements Quad9 offers that many other DNS providers do not. DNS over TLS, for example, forces your pfSense firewall (unbound resolver) to encrypt the DNS transaction as it traverses the internet; what that means is a man-in-the-middle on the internet (or a nosy upstream network provider) can’t see which hostnames you are querying and as important, no