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You might try a policy route pushing any traffic going to the IP of whatsmyip.com to the LAN address of sonicwall B. This would push it over the VPN and sonicwall B would use its routing table to get it out to the internet. You might also want to create a firewall rule on Sonicwall B to permit traffic from LAN A if not already set to permit all.


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To come back to an old question I posted: The answer is... Get a new router! I wasted far too much time on this... It turns out that MANY off the shelf routers, just can't cope. Sonicwall and Juniper are just a few that failed. The problem is, you have to define your WAN and LAN, and IPSEC/VPN interfaces are attached to WAN, then, if there is a bit of ...


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Anyone answering "Do not get a firewall" will be shot down. Entrypoint will be your Modem. Your Firewall needs to hook in right after that and from there everything else. There are many small Firewalls out there if it is a SonicWall or a FortiGate or a WhatEver it is called. Your initiel installation should be done by a professional so you do not think ...


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You can use only a firewall, not the router over. It's like setupping a small firewall for your home usually, the sonicwall got a full webpage gui, easy to configure. Small office I seen usually just use a firewall (like a linksys or dlink). The Sonicwall tz105 is a good choice for a small office, it's a step over the dlink and linksys. Just be advised ...


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Obviously it's going to be much easier to change your DNS and web server configurations than to modify 100 developer machines and keep them that way. Set up a webserver that responds to dev.domainkachra.com. Set an A record in DNS, with a wildcard name, which resolves to the IP of the webserver in the previous answer Set the VirtualHost to listen on all ...


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I think the issue you are having now, is that DNS and Netbios. You should be able to connect via IP address. Computer name will not work since Netbios does not broadcast beyond local subnet. You could avoid this if you setup WLAN as a layer 2 bridge mode, that way your LAN and WLAN are on the same subnet. Otherwise you will need to setup a DNS server or ...



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