Over the years, IPv6 has been on the up and up in terms of implementation and usage. pfSense has had native IPv6 support since the 2.x series, unfortunately, CenturyLink’s IPv6 implementation has been riddled with ‘fun road bumps’ along the way – be it downtime, slowness, among other fun routing issues observed. CenturyLink (as of early 2020) still does not provide static IPv6 allocations to Fiber or DSL customers – it still remains as DHCP (of sorts). Before you continue onward with this article, please keep in mind the following… Your DSL Modem is in ‘bridge mode’ and NOT ‘routing […]
In recent months (as of this post), Microsoft decided to apparently cripple the UI panels for Teaming, VLANS, and a few other options in the Network Interface properties tab section. On update 1903 of Windows 10 Pro, this was very much so the case – no UI, but only PowerShell commands.
A starter’s guide to getting UniFi’s guest network functional with a pfSense installation. pfSense in its own regard is an amazing piece of software that works just about on any combination of hardware… only just that its WiFi support (as of June 2019) is rather limited. Which is where Ubiquiti’s UniFi software and line of hardware come into the mix. This article assumes that you… Have full admin rights to both pfSense and UniFi GUI panels. Amazingly, no need for a terminal window! Know your way around both pfSense and UniFi’s control panels. Dedicated running UniFi machine/instance for the UniFi […]