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Posted on 2014-10-14
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I recently added a webserver to a very small network that has some oddities.  The network map is Cable Modem (WAN) to netgear switch, two static IP addresses split to two separate routers (2 businesses).  The one I have control over is a sonicwall TZ 105.  The webserver is on the DMZ of the sonicwall in a seperate subnet.

They tell me that this very odd set up worked fine before the webserver was installed.

I'm not much of a networking guy, is there something I can do with the sonicwall to take care of some of the network outages?
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A more detailed information may be needed to avoid a wild goose chase.
Please consider an actual topology sketch including type of connections. If you have access to the router, some routing information may be beneficial.
If the webserver is causing outages, more info on where and how the server is setup including DNS entries etc
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sorry this is abandoned.  the fix was a simple access point closer to the wireless devices.
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figured it out awhile ago.
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