Problem accessing secondary network at home
Posted on 2011-05-05
ATT Uverse is my ISP. They provided me with a 2wire router and a block of ip addresses. I have a sonicwall in front of the 2wire with it's own public ip. From outside my home I can access everything I need to just fine.
The 2wire router has a builtin WAP and it serves the internet to my family. I do a lot of work out of my house and have to tunnel into a couple of client sites and that is why I have the sonicwall. I host my mail server in-house which is behind the sonicwall as well and I would like for my family to be able to reach it from the 2wire and right now they are unable to. I have access rules that allow source * to the ip on the lan that belongs to the mail server. Any ideas why I wouldn't be able to connect from the 2wire network 192.168.1.0 using a different public ip to my mail server that is behind the sonicwall? My guess there is a route or another access rule I'll need but I am not sure what it is.