I have a site to site VPN between my home and office using an IPsec tunnel in PFsense. Both home and work are using PFsense firewalls. It has been working very well but I encountered an issue with two similar subnets. I have several VLANS set up in my home for testing. My primary VLAN used at home is a 192.168.30.0 network and this routs to my work network of 192.168.10.0. I also have a separate VLAN of 192.168.10.0 at home however; the devices are statically assigned from 192.168.10.2-192.168.10.9. The 10 network at work starts above this range. I fave a firewall rule in pfsense that allows al traffic between 192.168.30.0 and 192.168.10.0. The issue is with IPsec enabled I can no longer reach the devices on my home 10 network. When I ping the .10 devices from within PFsense from the .10 subnet, they can be reached. When I disable the IPsec the can also be reached from the .30 addresses. Is there a method to route from the 30 network to the locally statically assigned 10 network, while allowing all other traffic to continue to the work 10 network? I know the easy solution is to change the devices on the 10 network at home to a different VLAN, but I would like to see if this can be done via a rule or route table.