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- ~15 years Sonicwall Experience
The time clock vendor should provide documentation on their network requirements that you can base your configuration off of.
Not sure why the vendor needs inbound access, if the device can communicate out they would in theory be able to pa…
If you are putting computer names in your linux local HOSTS files I would suggest you do the same on the Windows machine. Make it easier on yourself.
Anything going LAN to WAN by default will have NAT policies applied. That is the way the IPv4 internet works 99% of the time.
Either way are you sure your internal routing is correct? If no traffic is hitting the access rule or packet captu…
Think about the issue. You cannot resolve names to IP addresses. What does that equate to? DNS.
If you are connecting to a network with Active Directory you should be specifying the AD domain name and DNS servers in the SSLVPN client settin…
Did you see the requirements here?
Plan your network addressing. Rely on defaults and you'll run into things like this. Using an entire subnet for DHCP is silly and lazy.
Everyone has their own way of doing things, but I allocate the least addresses to DHCP. Yes you may run …
have you looked at dynamic address objects?
I said 'remove the current configuraiton of X1' because I didn't want you to use the same IP address/mask/etc. on X1 and your subinterface.
Were you doing the ping from the X1:V10 interface? Did you set X1:V50 as the preferred Failover/LB i…
Remove the current configuration of X1 and add a subinterface to X1 tagging the appropriate VLAN ID.Hey! You will be signed out in 60 seconds due to inactivity. Click here to continue using the site.