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Mitel IP Phones can't get through Sonicwall 3060

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We changed ISP's and I'm trying to change our NAT settings to allow our IP Phones access through the firewall. The phones use ports 5566 and 5567. I'm sure the issue is with the NAT settings, need help setting it up on the Sonicwall.
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When you changed IPSs, did you also change firewall appliances?  What model of Sonicwall do you have?  Enhanced or Standard OS?Since the sonicwall is address object/group driven, when you changed the public IP on the sonicwall, it should have changed the respective address objects associated with the IP of the WAN interface on the sonicwall.  If, however, you created new address objects, then those would not have been udpated automatically.  You'll want to delete all the Firewall Access Rules and NAT Policies associated with the services.  Then, delete the address objects associated with those.  Re-run the Public Server Wizard.If the sonicwall is new, then you'll want to run the Public Server Wizard.  First, however, create an Address Object for each service.  Then, create an address group and add those address objects.  Run the public server wizard, type the new public IP address you want to use and use the new address group you created.
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Got it. Thanks.
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thanks for the points...glad i could help!
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