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Configuration / Re: Bridge mode
« on: January 28, 2017, 04:16:24 PM »
Thx for the recall and your explanations. I finaly set up correctly and it's works just fine now I found enough ressources on a ESXi for that and forget about workstation.

So in ESXi closed environment can I use 2 routers (pfSense or simply CentOS as router) for my LAB test looks like more at a HQ and his branch ? With router mode maybe ? In which case it is used ?

With my new schema, if on my router-Branch, I redirect * WAN to wan0 and * LAN to wan0 of wanos.
Wanos-Branch gateway
Router-Branch add route to HQ-LAN by router-HQ (

and pretty same conf on the other side, it's correct ?

Sorry to ask many question, it's for study purpose (technological report)

Configuration / Re: Bridge mode
« on: January 26, 2017, 06:28:59 PM »
For a lab setup just use one router or no routers at all.
Ok, with one router.
Then the two Wanos wan0 interfaces are placed in the same segment as the router eth0
These wan0 interfaces are configured with the help of wanos-cfg ? Because when I start it, it's say :"Enter new Ip address". Which one, LAN or WAN ?
In the web interface I can configure the WAN interface but by default he has the default lan address and I cannot found any way to configure LAN interface by Web.

I create a schema to help me, it is correct ?

I think I have misunderstanding how wanos works.

Configuration / Bridge mode
« on: January 26, 2017, 04:05:51 PM »

I try to set up a LAB (Workstation 12) with 2 wanos in bridge mode. But I don't understand in which segment I need to put my 2 routers. Like that ?
WAN= lan=
<-lan-> "WANOS-HQ" <-WAN-> "R-HQ" <-WAN-> "R-SRV" <-WAN-> "WANOS-SRV" <-> lan ?
And if it's so, WANOS IP need to be in like ?

Thanks you,

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