- Hello, how are you guys? I’m Brazilian and I’m using the Google translator sorry for the mistakes. I am using peplink 305 + pfsense with the following scenario: My external IP that allows me to use services within my internal network via nat is the same one that is configured as the main DNS. Every time I try to set up multiple web servers within my internal network, pfsense informs me that a possible rebind attack is happening. I can’t access any web server on my internal network through the domain example.com.br Could someone guide me?
IP LAN IP LAN PEPLINK
PEPLINK --------------- PFSENSE ------ LOCAL NETWORK
WAN1 IP LAN LOCAL NETWORK
This feels like a pfsense issue.
If the DNS records are within a domain name which you control and you are comfortable, you might consider turning off rebind attack detection for that domain.
Also could try putting the hostname values into the override list, which will prevent rebind attack detection on those values.
where is this annulment list? Another thing when I configure the DNS on my web server it is trying to redirect to pfsense itself. I need to do some NAT rule