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    In the NAT section "To completely disable outbound NAT, switch to Manual Outbound NAT then delete any NAT rules that appear in the list."

    Remember you may need additional routes on the next gateway back to the pf box for the ip ranges behind it.

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    Go into Advanced options and under firewalling turn off the firewall, this will make pfsense "Just a router".
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    Hi, Thanks for your reply.
    Yes I have it set to manual and deleted the rules, this is what I mean by NAT off. I would like it to be a firewall too.

    I've managed to get the pfbox to see the internet (add proxy to advanced, misc) and upgrade to the latest release, but still internet requests on clients just timeout.

    Remember you may need additional routes on the next gateway back to the pf box for the ip ranges behind it.
    I am using our normal network gateway because I don't have a gateway address for the guest range because our internet passes through a county council router I don't control. I'm now thinking this is the problem, and I'm waiting for them to get back to me.

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    i've done it with squid 2.7 on a self built proxy (squid, dns, dhcp) which although doesn't support ssl-bump, can use https_port transparent if recompile squid with the --enable-ssl directive.

    However the self-signed certificate is causing some problems so that needs looking into.

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