As of Writing this (2/17/22), there is a bug in the latest version of pfSense with the Intel if_em.ko driver. This is causing the pf-att script to not work. Thanks to the work of neydah700 on github, the fix was found by replacing the kernel driver with a newly compiled binary that has the issue fixed. This will not be a guide on setting up PF-ATT on Pfsense 2.6, rather a guide on how to fix an already existing setup. The steps to fix are:
2. Copy the driver file to a directory on the router. I put it in “
/boot/modules/” and used
scp to copy it over to the router.
3. Change the permissions on the file with
chmod 555 ./if_igb.ko.
/boot/loader.conf. Add the following to the bottom:
5. Finally, save and reboot. That should fix the issue. I’ve only tested using the bypass method, not the wpa_supplicatant method. This worked with my BGW210