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Sonicwall TZ100W wireless access to wired LAN

Seen many variations of this so far but none that apply to my particular model, OS, etc. I have a Sonicwall TZ100W running SonicOS Enhanced 5.3.0.0-16o. My wired LAN is 192.168.3.x. My wireless LAN is 172.16.31.x. Recently pulled out my separate WAP and turned on my Sonicwall build-in Wifi. Now all WiFi users cannot access traditional LAN based devices like the NAS, printers, etc. etc. I have seen this a lot on other Sonic models I have researched and tried multiple answers on similiar questions. Most do not apply or the place to make the adjustment has moved in my newer Sonicwall model. Basically we just need to know the best practice for allowing WiFi users access to wired LAN devices without over-comprimising network security. I live in a great neighborhood where everyone has their own and houses are not that close so outside security is not major. I do have great passwords on all significant devices internally like the NAS and I have no business related stuff on my home network, only basic personal pictures, documentation, etc. I am happy to disable SSID broadcast and other more fundamental security measures when I make this Wifi-Wired adjustment if necessary but defintely need this to function again like before with a separate WAP.
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That seems to have worked in order to ping wired LAN devices. Only issue now is that for some reason I cannot see or access my NAS directly. I can open the GUI on the web for it but cannot access it via folder listing with the name of the device on the LAN?? It also does not populate in network discovery?? Very strange because they show up in network discovery from my wired computer? Thoughts?
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