I’ve configured a separate upstream network at home. My setup is ISP -> opnsense firewall (10.200.1 network) -> pcWRT router & wifi access point (192.168.10 network). The pcWRT router’s WAN port is connected to a LAN port on the firewall device. Nearly all of my devices communicate through pcWRT to take advantage of the parental control features.
I’d like to be able to route traffic from a system on the 10.200.1 network to a system on the 198.168.10 network. I think pcWRT is blocking the incoming traffic on the WAN port. Is there a way to configure a device on pcWRT as completely accessible from the WAN port? Kinda like a DMZ?
@jmschwehm Currently DMZ host is not supported. You can set up port forwarding for the services you need on the host on the 192.168.10.x network. Alternatively, you may set up a VPN server on the pcWRT router and configure your 10.200.1 network host as a VPN client (with an additional routing table entry to send traffic that way).