I would like to install a snowflake proxy at home but there are some problems. All my servers are running behind a PfSense which is behind the ISP router. When I did the NAT behavior test, it was written "
address and port dependent" in both mapping and filtering behavior.
I have a few questions about this problem :
1 - How to change the NAT behavior to be independent for a snowflake proxy ? I mean what do I need to do on my ISP router to change the behavior (open some ports ? put my linux in a DMZ ?)
1.2 - If you recommend to open ports, should I put my linux server behind my ISP router or behind my pfsense ? I will need to do more configuration if I choose the second choice.
2 - Is snowflake working with IPv6 ?
3 - Is the snowflake web extension affected by the restrictive NAT too ? I have installed it for one week, I didn’t have any clients connected on it. If I need to open ports to change the NAT behavior, I think that I won’t open ports for my computer.
4 - I have already a middle relay running at home, is it bad to have both on the same IP ? Snowflake proxy + middle relay
Thanks for your help, it will helps me to understand more how it works.