ISA to pfSense or Windows to FreeBSD - FQDN and DNS
2009-03-01 05:17:59 GMT
I am currently doing the migration from ISA to pfSense firewall and I have a webserver hosting different sites, when trying to duplicate the rules of ISA, I noticed the FQDN of the sites was declared in the firewall rules of ISA (I was not the one who setup the ISA server).
What does this mean, FQDN in firewall rules?
Do I really have to declare the FQDN in pfSense, instead of just forward port 80 to the webserver?
All domains were set to our own NS servers (NS1 in W2k3 Active Directory, NS2 in Freebsd), is it safe and wise to use the pfSense gateway as the NS server to replace the current NS1 server?
As you noticed, my ultimate goal is to replace the current windows boxes to BSD boxes. Any ideas and info would be greatly appreciated... Thank you in advance.