For testing purposes I’m using PFsense to allow my clients to PXE boot using the FOG TFTP server. This are the settings which are working : [table id=2 /] You can find these settings in the PFsense DHCP service menu.
For some testing in my lab environment I needed PXE boot to work. This is how I configured PfSense to support PXE boot. In this scenario I wanted some Windows and Linux devices to boot to an imaging environment. For the Windows devices I needed option 66 en 67 but
In this scenario I would like to allow SMTP traffic to my internet provider so that an application in my test environment is able to send notification messages. In this environment I use pfSense. For this to work, you have to create a port forwarding rule on the LAN interface