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Trying to access Intranet site from behind Sonicwall

Posted on 2014-02-09
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Have a network configuration that I'm going to redesign, but have the immediate need to access an internal WEB site from behind one of the two Sonicwalls.  Have attached the current design.

Need to have access from VLAN20 (10.10.20.0) to the Intranet Server on the WAN side of the Sonicwall 3060.  Given that all Internet traffic is routed from the Cisco Layer 3 through the Sonicwall to the 44.0 network first,  I would think I could access anything on that side.

Hope this makes sense, want to eliminate the Sonicwall 3060 and connect the 44.0 network to the Layer 3 and connect the Layer 3 to the Sonicwall 3600.  Need some down time to do the reconfig and testing.  So hopefully for now there is a work around!
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by:Soulja
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Can you provide the routing info for your SonicWall 3060 and your L3 switch? Also, the what routes are on the intranet server?
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by:Webcc
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Here are the configs.  Had to take screen shots of Sonicwall could not export.  Let me know if you need anything else.  Thx
Sonicwall3060.rtf
Cisco-SG300-L3.rtf
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by:Webcc
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Any thoughts?  There are currently no routes on the intranet server.
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Reconfigured Sonicwall Access Lists and everything is working.
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by:Webcc
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No response from any experts out there and I worked through the problem myself.
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