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Connect a Wireless D-Link DSC-933L using a Sonicwall TZ-190 Access Point

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I'm attempting to connect a D-Link wireless camera inside an office with a Sonicwall TZ-190 wireless router as the access point. I have tested the camera on my home network and it connects as expected. Once taken to the office I use the wireless IP addresses of the TZ-190 in the camera configuration. However, I cannot make a connection nor am I able to ping the camera's IP address. The green light on the camera seems to indicate a wireless connection to the access point with the proper IP address and WPA passphrase. Obviously I need to open a port or add a rule to allow this connection. Please help.
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by:Gajendra Rathod
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Please create firewall rule to allow traffic from wired to wireless.
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The wireless camera will be viewed via a users wireless connection on her laptop.
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by:Gajendra Rathod
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Check both client and camera has same subnet. In wireless setting, click one advanced menu and uncheck client isolation if it selected.
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Solution turned out to be updating the firmware on the firewall.
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