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  • Ok, I entered the parameters into the packet monitor, and cleared the log. Then I began recording, and I used remote device 10.11.11.1 to ping LAN device 192.168.168.169. I see some packets between the remote device and 192.168.168.80, but I am not sure what that is about, I was not pinging that computer or using it. I…
  • Ok, I did both of these, but no change. my remote device got assigned 10.11.11.1, and the computer on LAN that I am trying to ping is 192.168.168.80. "route print" on the remote device looks correct, and packets are at least making it from remote device to the packet monitor log on the SonicWALL.
  • Hi, @SHIPRASAHU93 Thanks, I will change SSLVPN pool, and I will try with a different ISP on client side. I was using a cellular hotspot with laptop for 2nd ISP while testing, I will try to borrow neighbor's wifi today and test with that. I'll report back after trying your suggestions.