Hello Sir! Much appreciated for your response. So I have checked our Aruba and that seems to be OK. We have the vlans setup and 1 port tagged for each vlan, essentially creating a “trunk” but HPE doesn’t seem to call it that. On the Unifi Switches the controller software seems to have everything setup right. Each VLAN is set as VLAN Only with the ID’s right.
The uplinks are set on the Unifi Switches to ALL VLANS (which I understand would be a trunk).
So, each VLAN can communicate with other devices in the VLAN. I can’t ping any device outside the vlans. Or get to any device such as a printer outside the vlan. When I move the device inside the vlan, I can communicate and see the devices. All VLANs have internet access.
The only blocking is done on pfSense which is to the Firewall port as I included on the pictures above. I did have RFC1918 blocking when I originally setup the rules, but found out I had that wrong as it blocked all internet access too. I removed them and internet access came back.
Came back later and setup OpenVPN, and tried rebooting. PFSense did not come back up. Called Netgate and they said because I was looking for a password on the OpenVPN it was not booting properly. they removed that and it booted up.
I didn’t do much since then until recently, (this past weekend) as we were still running cables. We removed the UDM Pro controller and added the pfSense (7100) onto the network and began setting up the devices and putting each device into the proper VLAN. OpenVPN says a daemon issue, not connected…but wasn’t really concerned about that but each device could communicate within each VLAN. But I couldn’t communicate (intervlan) with any device in another vlan. Still OpenVPN is not working.
Maybe I made some mistake there somewhere along the line.
I could reset everything, but we have static IP’s set and I am not sure if I can backup and restore those or not? I thought with your videos you can restore separate items? Such as the VLANS and the devices with Static IP’s.