It’s about time we get our hands dirty and establish our Site to Site VPN between pfSense and AWS VPC. This tutorial will be a long one, as we go through every single step that gets us up and running and leaves no questions open for you! This tutorial especially covers the use of Scenario 4: VPC with a Private Subnet Only and Hardware VPN Access on AWS.
After a lot of talking about it, we will dive right into it with setting up AWS Route53 DynDNS with pfSense. In this step by step tutorial, I will show you how you get Route53 DynDNS with pfSense working in no time!
Welcome to a new series of tutorials going in the direction of cloud architecture and specifically to AWS with pfSense. In this day and age, a lot of companies don’t want in-house hardware anymore, as the cost of providing a climatized server room and buying physical hardware can get quite high.
Here is where AWS, Amazon Web Services comes into play. You can set up a virtual server in no time and connect it to your internal network through a site to site VPN tunnel.
Today I want to introduce a new category and a new tutorial series: The AWS Tutorial Series. This series is specifically focused on Amazon Web Services (AWS) in combination with pfSense.