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How to remotely administer a SonicWall TZ 200 Router

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I have a SonicWall TZ 200 as part of a new client's network. How do I remotely access this device from my off-site office?
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you will have to set up a rule that allows remote management. There should be a HTTPS Management entry in the wizard. Just configure the IP addresses and Allow. You could always remote into a local machine and hit the router from there, if that is an option.

hope this helps.
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Under "Network", "Interfaces" click the Configure-Button of the "X1" Interface (WAN).
In the "General" Tab, enable the Checkbox "HTTPS" under "Management". Click OK.

For more security:
Go to "Firewall", "Access Rules" and show policies for "WAN to WAN".
Change the policy with Service "HTTPS Management" to allow as Source-only the public IP of your off-site office.

Cheers
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by:RSchierer
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Right on the money Hofpad! Thanks for the extra tips. You saved me a ton of time.
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I have previously set this up, but here on a Sunday morning, brain  was not working....
THIS saved me a lot of time and effort.
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