Thank you for the response. As I understand pfSense is not possible at this time due to not having custom ISO. I would be fine with using Zentyal.
However, there is one thing that I still don’t know how to setup. Usually in any firewall, I have two network interfaces – one for WAN and one for LAN. And in a normal firewall setup, I usually have multiple public static IPs. This way, I can route all the traffic using NAT.
Is it possible to achieve the same effect with Scaleway servers?
Currently, I have two servers and now I am trying to build my infrastructure by having one firewall/VPN server and 3 app servers. If I take a dedicated server and put some kind of virtualization on it, I know it is easy as cake to build. But how do I handle the same situation using scaleway provided private IPs assuming that I have setup a virtual switch and connected my firewall’s LAN interface to that switch (I honestly don’t know if it is possible but going to research it)? How will I assign firewall local network IPs to the servers?
EDIT: I want to mainly know that if I set gateway, DHCP, and DNS to my Zentyal/other firewall solution server, will it work or does Scaleway have some kind of a routing table that adds the private IPs and stop the servers from working properly?