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Sonicwall NSA 2400 - Setting up a print server on the WLAN interface

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WLAN is configured on the X2 interface.  Have a 5 port switch with 3 Sonicpoints connected and the switch is patched to X2.  Trying to connect a desktop computer to the 5 port switch, but cannot communicate to the WLAN.  Tried setting a static IP and ping the interface, but no luck.
Has to be a Sonicwall configuration which is not allowing a device other that a SonicPoint to connect.

Any thoughts?
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Check your zone settings for the WLAN.  The default is to only permit WLAN traffic from a SonicPoint, so if you have a PC connected to the switch I don't believe it will be passed an address.

Look under Network -> Zones and modify your WLAN.

Hope this helps.
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