I made a post a while back about looking at jumping to a UMDPro but based on issues posted I have changed gears to looking at Untangle Home licence instead. So, I have a few sanity check questions since I have never really migrated from these sorts of firewalls before. I am not an IT pro. Just a nerdy truck driver. lol
So, behind my firewall is all Unifi hardware, switches and APs. I am assuming I can just write down all my relavant VLAN and static address info from pfsesnse and just plug it all into Untangle. And from there it will propigate through the network like normal and none of the rest of the network will need to be touched. Am I correct on this or missing something?
Is there anything I might overlook that I should get copies of from pfsense to make my life easier? Is there a simpler way to do this than writing it all down and then plugging the relavant info into Untangle?
I will be doing this on a new drive and keeping pfsense around for a while at least. That way if I have any issues getting things fired up I can just boot the server off the pfsense drive instead.
The server its self has a quad core Xeon E3-1231v3 and 8 GB of RAM. I would imagine this is more than enough for a 1Gbs WAN. At least it was for pfsense with pfblocker and a few other things running.
Any insights would be appreciated. Like I said above, I do not do this for a living, just more of a nerd hobby. Thanks in advance.