Sonicpoint Ni and TZ200

I've got a Sonicpoint Ni I'm trying to get working with my TZ200.  The Ni is showing operational.  I can see the SSID with my laptops and it's assigning and IP address.  I cannot though, get to the internet from any of the laptops.  Pinging by ip and/or name get's a request timed out.  The Ni is set to have a gateway 192.168.97.1.  The TZ200 is set to 10.9.1.20.  It's like the Ni is not passing off to the TZ200.

Thanks.

Jeff
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jason_0573Commented:
Once you have it in the right Zone (WLAN) verify your firewall zone settings. LAN to WLAN, WLAN to WAN. etc. By default, if it is working correctly, all traffic is allowed from LAN to WAN, you may have something restricting from WLAN to WAN. It could be a NAT policy, a firewall rule or a manual route problem. By using the firewall zone matrix, you could identify the restriction.
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jason_0573Commented:
You need to reprovision the device- delete it and follow this guide.
http://help.mysonicwall.com/sw/eng/305/ui2/23100/SonicPoint/Add_SonicPoint_Profile.htm
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jeff_junkinsAuthor Commented:
thanks, i'll give it a try
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jeff_junkinsAuthor Commented:
Same result.  I can see the SSID in my list, connect and get my IP address assigned.  It's like the Sonicpoint Ni isn't getting through the TZ200 and out to the internet.  I can't ping an interal server or say 4.2.2.2 on the out side.

I have the X2 port on the TZ200 going to a 3com PoE switch and the Sonicpoint plugged into the same 3com.
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jason_0573Commented:
That could be part of the problem. You need to assign the Sonicpoint in its own WLAN zone. Do you have a small 5port PoE switch that you could put in X2 WLAN port or are you using your LAN PoE Switch? If you don't have a PoE switch, you dont have to have one, but you would need to have 110V power at the SonicPoints installation point.
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jeff_junkinsAuthor Commented:
ok I'll check
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