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sonicwall TZ-210 DISABLE HTTPS/HTTP MNGMENT from WAN

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I am trying to disable https/http management from the WAN so I can impliment Outlook Web Mail on an internal server.

When I goto interfaces -  Wan - and try to disable the HTTPS management it tells me that my changes are not supported in this mode...... does anyone have any idea how I can fix this?
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Just worked after about 5 tries......
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as a side, you might also consider changing the default http/https ports for management on the wan interface, this way you can keep this enabled...go to the sonicwall, then System > Administration.  scroll down and you'll see where to change the ports.  once completed, you'll have to explicitly type the URL...https://publicip:44343 (or, whatever you choose).
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