How to enable VPN traffic to route to Various Vlans?

Hi guys, i'm in the process of configuring vlans for my new cisco swtiches. These are to replace the old 3Com unmanaged switches. I have configured vlan 5, vlan 10, etc on my switches and routing between them and accessing the internet has got no problem. I have a firewall tat connects to the internet. Default route of my L3 switch would be the ip address of my firewall. I have a server vlan which my firewall is also a part of the server vlan. Everything works great but the problem is when i vpn in thru the firewall, i can only access the server vlan and nothing else. I need to be able to access workstations in various vlans as well. Please advise.
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have u added a route in your firewall that points all your internal networks to the L3 switch?
totallypatrickAuthor Commented:
Should i add the route in the firewall or add to the L3 switch?
Alexey KomarovChief Project EngineerCommented:
My mast add the route in the firewall.
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totallypatrickAuthor Commented:
Hi there, i have already added a route in the firewall as shown but no go
totallypatrickAuthor Commented:
Ops Primary subnet is one of my vlans and Core Swtich 1 is my layer 3 switch address. X0 is the lan interface on the firewall.
totallypatrickAuthor Commented:
Ok i got it.  I forgot to add the vlan subnet under users section in sonicwall.

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