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Without knowing the specific equipment I cannot provide concise instructions. You can configure your sonicwall to use 1 IP for the default gateway and a separate IP for your VPN connections. You also should implement QOS on your network http://help.mysonicwall.com/sw/eng/216/ui2/29/config/qos.html If you tag and prioritize your traffic you can set critical ...
NO_PROPOSAL_CHOSEN means a protocol or key mismatch. Try to enable "Perfect forward secrecy" and set it to "Group2" on your SonicWall.
I had a simmilar issue and this document helped me out... VPN: The log shows "Received Notify: No Proposal Chosen" (SW3902) - Affected SonicWALL Security Appliance Another hint is to check the passphrase - and be sure that the shared secred has a minimum lenght of 6 characters.
Okay, so here's what my SNMP research has turned up. I can't verify this is all 100% accurate, but I feel that I have a much better grasp on SNMP in general and hopefully this information will help someone who is just getting started. First, SNMP seems to me to be a messy system. It was developed in the late 80s and there's just not a good alternative so I ...
Since the server is running Active Directory/DNS, the clients MUST have their DNS set to the server for proper domain resolution/connectivity to internal resources. The key is to have the server's DNS service configured to forward all non-local queries to an external resolver (like Google [126.96.36.199; 188.8.131.52]). DNS traffic is so small that it shouldn't have ...
Sonicwall's DNS server should be configured for your ISP's DNS IP address. Your server (i.e., domain DNS server) can be configured with forwarders to Google's DNS. The endpoint's DNS should be configured for the domian's DNS server.
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