I'm having a bit of a problem allowing traffic between two of my subnets. Here's the structure I've built.
X0 interface has our windows server on it and it handles DHCP/DNS, etc.
X1 has the WAN connection. The Sonicwall is handling DHCP on
X3 interface is connected to a different vlan on the 48 port switch. The Sonicwall is handling DHCP on this network as well.
So here's what i want to do. The network on
X2 is for our guest wireless; i don't want it to be able to access any of the other networks, just the internet, so i that all blocked in the firewall. No issues there.
X3 network is going to be for programmable controllers, and needs to be able to access the
X0 network where our computers are. This is where my problem is. I'm not able to get between the
192.168.2.xxx and the
192.168.1.xxx on interfaces
X3 respectively. I have these rules set up in the firewall. The Lan Primary Subnet is the
X0. So if i'm not mistaken, this will allow traffic between the two through the firewall. Now this is where I'm a little confused. Do i need to use NAT to get the traffic from
X0 to go to
X3 (and vice versa), or a static route, or both? Currently i have both, though i doubt they're done correctly (also in screenshot). I've tried to ping between the two without luck. Any advice, or if you see what's wrong with my setup, is much appreciated. If you need some more information, let me know. Thanks all!
EDIT: So i found that i don't neither either NAT or a static route, that the setting in the firewall is enough. I can now ping from the
192.168.1.xxx network, however i can't access the server on the
192.168.2.xxx network. When i try to access i get "An error occured while reconnecting to
server Microsoft Windows Network: The local device name is already in use. This connection has not been restored. What am i missing?