We have a Procurve 3500yl switch. The switch is split into 2 VLANS one for VOIP and the default VLAN. Some ports are setup as "access" ports (called "Untagged" in HP Procurve speak) some are "trunk" ports (called "Tagged" or "Auto" in HP Procurve speak). Currently the Sonicwall NSA 240 firewall is set on one of the switches' Untagged ports in VLAN 1. The server that needs internet access in the VOIP VLAN (VLAN 50) can ping everything else on the default VLAN (as the Procurve is an L3 switch and has routing enabled) except for the LAN interface of the NSA 240. The NSA 240 from its diagnostic screen however, CAN ping this exact same server. To me this proves (although i certainly could be wrong) that there is nothing wrong with the VLANs or L3 routing. I think it must be a security setting on the NSA 240. BTW, both the VOIP VLAN server and the NSA 240 are both untagged in their respective VLANs. Packet captures from other hosts getting pinged by this server successfully show everything functioning as normal. Any ideas?