NSA 4650 not accessible through DELL S5232F
I have two Sonicwall NSa 4650 in cluster (Active/Passive) which I have connected to my Dell S5232F switches.
The two switches are connected via VLTi.
The problem is that I can't reach the Sonicwall via the Dell switches. When I run arp -a from VLAN 10 the sonicwall gateway is not visible.
I basically use the fiber port on the sonicwall (X25) and give it an IP. On this port I created our VLANs which I’m trying to access.
Any hint why the Sonicwall gateway is not reachable through the dell switches?
Dell Switch Config on both Switches:
switchport mode trunk
switchport access vlan 1
switchport trunk allowed vlan 2,10
flowcontrol receive off
flowcontrol transmit off
Sonicwall Config: See the picture
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Many thanks for the assistance. @Poorni_5 @Prabath @Saravanan @shiprasahu93
The problem was actually on the switch. I had to disable STP on the ports connected to the sonicwall.0
We would need to perform a packet capture for ARP on the firewall to see what might be going on.
The only reason that I can think of is, if the traffic from VLAN 10 is not coming with the tag of VLAN ID 10 to the firewall. In that case, the firewall will drop the requests made.
Could you please check the VLAN tagging on the switch?
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Please verify native VLAN config,
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