We have a client that is adding an internal web server for the purposes of taking reservations internally. The basic setup is as follows:
- The domain controller is running SBS 2011 and the web server Windows 7, each on a separate
- A single SonicWALL TZ-100 is used as both the gateway and DHCP server for both subnets
- Subnet for domain is 10.0.0.x and webserver is 10.0.1.x, both subnet masks are 255.255.255.0 and gateways are 10.0.0.1 and 10.0.1.1, respectively
- There is a subdomain for their website that is being pointed to the static IP of the company, and that is already being properly routed to the web server over Port 443 using the SonicWALL
Currently, we can ping both gateways as well as the domain controller from the web server. We can also ping both gateways from the domain controller, but not the web server.
We need to set up some type of rules or routes or whatever that will block all communication between the two internal networks, except on ports 1702 and 7000. How would we go about doing this?