pfSense for a Small Office Home Office


Understand how to configure pfSense appliances for SOHO without any prior experience

Understand what are the different Netgate model for pfSense software

Know how you can apply for the pfSense exam to get the certificate

Configure the pfSense appliance to connect to the internet and provide internet on wired

Connect the AP to the pfSense to provide internet wirelessly

Requirements

  • No requirement

Description

Are you new to pfSense. Do you have a Netgate device that you wish to configure it to share internet service to your home or small office and you do not know how to do it? This course is then for you.

I have made this course to be free of charge to raise the awareness about pfSense software and let anyone know how to make the basic configuration on the pfSense.

In this course, I will walk though with you on LABS. I will show you step by step how to connect to the pfSense, how to configure to share internet on wired network, how to use the other available ports on the device to be like a switch, and how to connect the pfSense appliance to a wireless AP in order to provide internet via wireless.


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With all those steps, I am going to show you at the begining of the course about the different Netgate devices (which use pfSense software as OS) and their different sizes. Also I am going to show you how you can learn pfSense from Netgate documentation and how you can register to the exam and be able to get a pfSense certificate.

All of those things and much more will be included in this FREE OF CHARGE course.

Hope to see you in the course.

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone interested to learn how to setup pfSense appliances for SOHO

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