2018-12-18

How To Add and Use Taggged and Untagged VLANs Trunks on pfSense Router Interfaces

How To Add and Use Taggged and Untagged VLANs Trunks on pfSense Router Interfaces

(Complatible and tested with Cisco switches)
Updated May 13, 2018: Configuration can be done completely within the pfSense GUI
Objective:
Using VLANs and Trunking to provide subnet 
192.168.10.0 tagged on interfaces em3 & em4
to trunked interfaces on switches.

Requirements:
Available Interfaces
em2 (OPT1), em3 (OPT2), em4 (OPT3)
3 subnets each on it's own router interface to its own switch
192.168.10.0 on em2 (VLAN10)
192.168.20.0 on em3 (VLAN20)
192.168.30.0 on em4 (VLAN30)

Note:
192.168.10.0 on em2 will be untagged
192.168.10.0 on em3 will be tagged
192.168.10.0 on em4 will be tagged
192.168.20.0 on em3 will be untagged
192.168.30.0 on em4 will be untagged

This was developed on pfSense
2.4.3-RELEASE (amd64)
built on Mon Mar 26 18:02:04 CDT 2018
FreeBSD 11.1-RELEASE-p7

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Source: http://www.curtronics.com/Networking/pfSense/pfSenseTrunkedVLANs.html

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