I have client with a small office network using a Windows SBS 2003 server. DHCP on the network is handled by the SBS server.
He has wireless set up so people come in and connect with their laptops.
His firewall is a Sonicwall Soho 3. DHCP is turned off on this device.
Every few days I get a problem where someone can't connect to my network with their computer or iphone or whatever.
The only solution is to reboot the Sonicwall.
The Sonicwall currently reports:
Number of IP addresses allowed with this license: 25
Number of IP addresses in use: 25
Number of Global VPN Clients allowed with this license: 1
Current connections: 59
Is there something I can do to prevent this from happening.
My client doesn't want to spend the money on a new sonicwall. We could set up an open source gateway, but ideally, I would just like to continue using this SOHO 3 because it is completely serviceable otherwise.