In part 1, we set up the high-availbility pfSense pair. Now we need to configure OSPF so that all VLANs created within pfSense will get advertised out to our router. Doing this means we will not need to create static routes for the VLANs created within pfSense.
The intention is to deploy a pair of high-availability pfSense VMs to handle the homelab routing along with configuring OSPF to take care of route propagation to my primary router. I don’t want to deal with static routes for a bunch of VLANs, or at least any that need outbound access, and my EdgeRouter supports OSPF.
If you are one of those that wants or needs to generate a certificate for your EdgeRouter from a Windows Certificate Authority, here is what you will need to do.
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