I have got a sharepoint server inside of a sonicwall. But I cannot connect to the site.
DEtails are as follows
Sharepoint is using default port 80
I have set up two interfaces for the sharepoint server one for public and one for private
I am not so good with sonicwall NAT setup
But I have the firewall on the sharepoint server turned off so I know its just the sonicwall now
I created a NAt filter which should allow any traffic from the WAN interface to the LAN interface
I rebooted the sonicwall and its still not working
I went into the firewall settings also and setup the ports WAN to open (I know this is not a security practice, but I was just testing to see if it would work) but it didnt
I am using NTLM auth on teh sharepoint server as well.
So I am not sure what I am doing wrong
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