sonic wall issue

Posted on 2006-11-14
Last Modified: 2010-04-12
Hello i have aconnection that will not renew the ip on the virtual connection?
Question by:zenworksb
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jasonpaine earned 500 total points
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What firmware and sonicwall are you using? What are you using as the dhcp server? Are you getting the sempofore timeout in the client log? Did you get an IP address from the lan prior to this post?

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If you are using the sonicwall as the dhcp server, disable the dhcp server setting reboot the sonicwall then reenable dhcp server setting and test the vpn connect

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Have you been able to get an IP from the LAN?

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