We purchased a firebox x700 to replace our firebox III. We are also in the process of changing isp providers so i thought now would be a good time to switch out the fireboxes. I saved the config file from the III and changed the public ip address to the new public ip address and flashed the config file to the x700. The firebox III had a dmz setup using public ip address but i guess the x700 does not like that type of configuration so i used 192.168.1.x for the optional port which works with the servers being 192.168.2.x. But when i tried to change over to the new ISP last night, I could not get the servers on the dmz to communicate with the servers on the trusted side and the reserve way. We have a time collection server located on the dmz which communicates back to its database located on a server on the trusted side. It would not allow me to login but i was able to get the logon page to display. Also i could not log into OWA which is located on the dmz. I was able to ping each other from the other. I have contacted watchguard but they have not called me back. I guess I could move these server to the trusted side but it seems to defeat the purpose of the dmz zone.
Any help would be greatly appeciated