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Iphone through SonicWall TZ 205 firewall to Exchange

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I just replaced my Netgear firewall with a Sonicwall TZ-205. I have been able to configure all of my required ports fine for the things that need to get through except port 443. I have tried several times manually and via the on-board wizards to configure port 443. I have an Exchange server behind the firewall. I have Iphones that have normally connected just fine through the Netgear via 443 to the Exchange. When I configure the Sonicwall my Iphones cannot connect to the Exchange server. Thanks in advance for any advice...not sure where to look to fix this.
-Brian
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Your Sonicwall, by default, will be using port 443 for its management, so if you change the management port to something like 444, then you can have port 443 sail through the router, not land at the router and go no further.

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Would help next time if I read all the way through the documentation. Spot on suggestion though.
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