Not sure if anyone has experienced this or not, but looking for some input.
I have a few users that are set up on our TZ-215 as SSL VPN clients. They are able to connect just fine as well as access network resources. I had originally disabled the "tunnel all" mode thinking that anything they wanted to access outside of the network would be available through split-tunneling.
This doesn't appear to be working correctly though. They are able to browse websites and connect to servers that aren't hosted in our network (i.e. they can reach google.com and gmail, etc.) but when they try to access servers on our same network like our company website or webmail service, the address is unreachable.
These servers are hosted in the same subnet which the VPN user is connecting through (same public IP subnet), and are behind the sonicwall with the appropriate ports forwarded as needed.
I am trying to figure out what kind of route or firewall entry I need to make this work but am coming up empty handed.
Any help is appreciated!