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  • I can see the IP in the Packet Monitor and it's status is Forwarded. The system log shows no blocked connections and as of right now my FTP connection is working. I don't know what EPSV is. The number of licenses shouldn't be an issue, I looked and it says unlimited. I think I have gremlins in the system.
  • @BWC Thanks for the reply. I set up the packet monitor and tried to do an FTP and the status on those connections says forwarded. I also checked my system log and could find no reference to anything being blocked although I get a recurrent message saying WXA Warning - The number of active connections has reached the…
  • Sorry, I am a novice at this device. I tried step 1. I went into the VPN policy configuration, but I can't find where I can add the wifi subnet configuration. Each time I try something I break the VPN tunnel.
  • Thanks again. Before I go screwing things up if I try #1 which seems like the most straight forward my main network is 192.168.2.x and the wifi is 192.168.1.x so no overlap. If I set this up through the VPN will I still not be able to access local devices like network printers on the 192.168.2.x network. FYI the remote…
  • Thanks for the reply Here is what I tried before I got your advice. I set up the X4 port to WLAN, cancelled the Sonicwall AP specific settings in the Zones tab. I set the IP address to static and plugged the Velop into port X4 and got on the internet traffic. Velop was set to DHCP. My other network is on…