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Sonicwall Route Question Exchange 2007

Hi

have a Sonicwall 3060

port X1 has
private IP 192.168.30.x
Exchange 2007  192.168.30.32
public: 1.1.1.1


Port X4 has
Private Ip 172.16.1.1
TServer  172.16.1.11
public 1.1.1.2

I installed outlook on the terminal server, but it cannot see the Exchange Server, even with owa.

I suspect that I need a static route in the Sonicwall to allow outlook to find the Exchange Server, as it is not connecting to it. I think it is because the public IP for both of them are really in the same range, even though they are different.

how can I get outlook to see the exchange server?

Thanks

Frank
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8/22/2022 - Mon
Amirchoupani

Do these ports talk to each other by public IPs?
I got confused. Would you please describe you network more!
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FITFSC

well that is kinda of the problem, they do not appear to talk with their public IP's, I get Exchange Server not found.
Basically we have a 3060 with 1 Public IP, and a range of addtional public IPs that we use for MX records, RDP etc., hosting etc.
The X4 interface is where the terminal server is, (the one with the private of 172.16, and say it public IP is 1.1.1.27 (the terminal Server)  the Exchange server is down at X0, it private is 192.168.30.32, it public is 1.1.1.12
I am not sure what more info you are needing
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ccomley

You dont' say what Zones your ports X1 and X4 are in. Are both set up as "LAN"? If not, what?  (Networks / Interfaces table, second column).  If they are not in the same zone, you will need a Permit rule to enable interzone traffic.

I *assume* the "default gateway" of both the TS and ES boxes point back at the sonicwall on the appropraite lan range?

How are the basics - can the TS get internet access? Can the ES?

Your help has saved me hundreds of hours of internet surfing.
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FITFSC

CC...
the X1 is LAN, X4 is customer,
the do point back to the sonicwall on the appro range,
the TS is able to get internet accessa and the exchange server also has it.

I did find out in reading, that if I change X4 to LAN then their will be automatic routing between X4 and X1, but If I change X4 to DMZ, then X1 can reach X4, but not the other way.

I have not done any reading on Permit, any further info?

thanks
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FITFSC

used the zone rules and configured services between the two zones.