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Sonicwall 2500 configuration question

Posted on 2014-02-22
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Hello all, am configuring a new Sonicwall 2500, under the firewall access rules I am running an issue and wondering if anyone can help.

I am trying to make a rule for the following (copy\paste from the sonicwall I am replacing:

  From  To  Source  Destination  Service  Action  Enabled  

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66  DMZ  VPN  Firewalled Subnets  COLO Private IP Addresses  Any  Allow  Yes  
67  DMZ  VPN  WLAN RemoteAccess Networks  Any  Any  Allow  No  
68  DMZ  VPN  WAN RemoteAccess Networks  Any  Any  Allow  No  

So, on the new SW I tried to create the access rule but when I select "DMZ"  to "VPN" I do not have anything I can select under the "Source" drop down. The only option I have is "create network".

Can anyone help?
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What model is your old Sonicwall. Do you know that on for most upgrades you can export the rules from the old and import them to the new.

Take a look at:

https://www.fuzeqna.com/sonicwallkb/ext/kbdetail.aspx?kbid=6974
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