SonicWall TZ 105

Posted on 2014-08-21
Last Modified: 2014-09-15
I am working on a Sonicwall TZ 105 and I have it setup to have X0= 192.169.1.x , X1= WAN , X2= 10.0.0.x
Now I have X0 and X2 set to trusted so they will talk to each other but I do need to get my camera server on X2 to port forward out on port 3454. Now I went to the firewall created and service and then a service group for the port I wanted to use for the camera server. After I created both of those I went into the Wizard and selected the wizard and went threw the process of assigning the IP of my camera server and setting a tag up for it. There is a window that pops up on the last step that says please assign your servers public IP and the box is already filled with as the default so I change that IP to my public IP and click next.  A windows pops up saying that I have portforwarded my router and says i can connect to it on the wan port on and there nothing left to click but close. Then I go to and check to see if my port 3454 is open and it says it is closed still. I know my computer firewall is set properly ive checked it with a different router and it forwards just fine. I just not sure if I missing something with the sonicwall that can solve this issue.
Question by:Ryan Niggeling
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    If I understand you correctly, you would like to make X2 and X0 be on the same physical LAN and you would like to open port 3454 on your firewall?

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    by:Ryan Niggeling
    Yes.  I have the land set and working good. Just need to have x2 port forward my camera server
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