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Should I create a second WAN Interface for a new SSLVPN setup on my Sonicwall 2400?

Sonic Wall 2400 I'm setting up a new SSLVPN on our Sonicwall, very new to this. I currently have an exchange server as well, so mail.company.com is directed to our mail server. I'd like to setup a ...
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1k views

Fortinet multiple WAN IP to several ports

I have a 5 public IP address range. (ie: 1.1.1.1 to 1.1.1.5) I would like to assign the first to port 1 transparently in a way that a VPN router (RV082) could connect via it and respond ...
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Need iptables commands to permit all WAN originating traffic to enter the LAN side of a router [closed]

I have three routers. Router0's WAN interface connects to the ISP, and the WAN interface of Router1 and Router2 connect to Router0's LAN interfaces (i.e. hard wired). So this is what it looks like, ...
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120 views

Multiple WAN to single LAN

I have a block of static external IPs and I'm trying to route them to a single internal server. We have a Sonicwall TZ-210; trying to set this up results in no outbound traffic and an error warning ...
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371 views

IPcop Multiple WAN Subnets

We have an IPcop firewall and have had no issues with it. We've had a block of 10 IP addresses from our colocation provider and have been able port forward from those to internal servers as needed. ...
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704 views

Bind WAN IP to LAN (under router) IIS

I am hosting my own website on my local machine and set up a virtual server on my router and everything works like a charm. In IIS, i cannot bind the WAN IP, as it doesn't show up, and if I type it ...
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(Zywall USG 300) NAT bypassed when accessing in-house-server From LAN Via domain name

My situations is like this; i host a number of websites from within our joint network solution. On the network is basically 3 categories: the known public, registered via mac, given static dhcp ...
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176 views

Cisco ASA and Cisco Switches, how do I determine top senders / receivers?

I'm dealing with a high bandwidth situation and need to determine what host is sending / receiving the most data. How can I get the logs necessary that will contain this information? I'm OK with ...
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2answers
366 views

Need help choosing main cisco WAN/firewall unit ($20kish budget) [closed]

Our IT director has left for greener pastures, and I'm acting as the interim director while we find someone new (I manage the Helpdesk). He budgeted about 20k for a new front end to our internet ...
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92 views

multi-wan setup vs larger single connection

Hey guys i am trying to decide whether or not a situation makes sense. I was thinking about going to a T1 or a E10 connection but am now trying to weight the costs vs what i actually need. This ...
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204 views

Which is Better Firewall

I am doing a new WAN/LAN Design and wanted to know what would be a better in terms of value, reliability, support and performance. I need to connect 3 remote office to main HQ and multiple field staff ...