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Sonicwall TZ190 Can not get on a remote computer

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I was trying to set up a L2TP server on my Sonicwall TZ190 and it was locking up internet for my computer users, so I backed all my setting out.  My remote users (clients) can log onto the Sonicwall now, but can not log onto the remote computers.  I think I have everything back but I must be missing a small adjustment I made.  Can anyone give me any sugestions as to where to look?
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what do you mean remote computers - vpn or wan? - if wan, you will need to set up access rules under firewall (lan --> wan and wan -->lan) and create address objects for internal and external ip interface on sonicwall - then you have to set up nat trnslation policy to translate internal addresses to external and viceversa.

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Humber-1 - That is what I did then had to back it all out because of internet connection issues when on the VPN.
janpakula - It is WAN and I do have rules set up all ready.  But maybe so how they got messed up.  I will look into them to see if I need to fix.
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Well as it turns out it was because in the process on the above link and adding the DHCP server roll to the on Sonicwall this shut down the internal DHCP server.  I had to start that back up and all is back to normal other then having to have them use IP addresses for now.  I am sure that will right its self out eventually.
Thank you all for you sugestions through.  Will split my point between the two.
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Thanks:)
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