I have been working to rebuild my network from a series of 5 different cheap routers, can you say double NAT troubles, to a new pfSense and UniFi network. But I am stuck on the inter-vlan routing. I grew up with starting with a known good config and then apply security on top one rule at a time so if it breaks you know why. But my VLANS won’t talk to eachother when the rules are pass any/any/any so I can’t progress to the lock it down stage.
If I connect 3 PCs to different ports on the pfSense and keep them all on the same VLAN they talk. But the moment I pull a PC to a different VLAN it is unrachable except from the pfSense diagnostic ping. So I know the problem is at the pfSense level not the UniFi
All LAN ports are currently bridged for VLAN testing (LAGG/LCAP trunk worked fine so I will go back to that config once I can solve VLAN)
All bridges, and VLANS have been configured as interfaces with corresponding DHCP
Firewall rules on ALL interfaces are set to pass any/any/any
All VLANS are able to talk to the WAN
The pfSense can talk to any VLAN device
Devices on the same VLAN talk to eachother.
Suggestions where I should be looking in the pfsense setup? I’ve factory reset four times now, incase I had screwed something up so bad I’d never make it work. So learning the controls fairly well.