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Re: Help with VLANs
said by tomdlgns:No. I used to, but then I upgraded to a board with only a single NIC, and I didn't have another NIC to add to it at the time. I will probably add one, but I've been running this way for a while.
do you run a separate NIC for WAN and LAN?
Even with separate WAN and LAN NICs I would still have vlans on both NICs, because I'm doing 8-line MLPPP, so I have 8 modems vlanned into the WAN.
i was going to ask if this was for a business environment, but after reading your last reply i know the answer.
then again, why would anyone have 13 vlans in a home setup?
actually, i am sure someone probably does. i had three for testing my setup, but now i only have two. not really needed for what i do, but still nice having a separate network for x reason.
I run a home-based hobby ISP, so it services business and personal networks. Fortunately pfsense makes it easy to separate what needs to be separated.