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Can't ping second VLAN subnet through SonicWall TZ215W

Posted on 2015-02-02
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Last Modified: 2015-02-03
I have a SonicWall TZ-215W setup in bridge mode.
- Wireless is a guest network only for internet access 100.150.10.x
- X0 is LAN 192.168.10.x
- X1 is WAN

I also have a Cisco SG300-20 that is configured as a layer 3 switch with two VLAN's
- VLAN1 192.168.10.x
- VLAN10 192.168.0.x

Everything works great internally. I can ping/access both VLAN's from both the SG300 and the SonicWall. I can use the diagnostic tools from the SonicWall and ping devices on both VLAN's using the X1 interface. I can access the internet from both VLAN's.

When I connect via VPN or SSLVPN I can ping everything on VLAN1, but cannot touch anything on VLAN10.

I am probably overlooking something simple, but running out of time to get this up and running.
Question by:teckygeek
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Expert Comment

ID: 40585997
Under SSLVPN -> Client Routes have you added VLAN10?

Author Comment

ID: 40586420
I have, but I am still unable to ping anything on VLAN10 through a VPN/SSLVPN connection.
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Expert Comment

ID: 40586515
Any chance that the subnet on the client end of the SSLVPN is the same as VLAN10?

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Author Comment

ID: 40586841
Client is setup for DHCP and obtains an IP address from VLAN1

Route(s) on the client

Global VPN Client
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Expert Comment

ID: 40586866
With the SSLVPN connected, do a "netstat -rn" in a command prompt window on the client. Does it have a route to vlan10?

If possible, post the result with the SSLVPN both connected and disconnected.,

Author Comment

ID: 40587100

Destination        Gateway            Flags        Refs      Use   Netif Expire
default          UGSc           18        0     en0
127                UCS             0        0     lo0          UH              4    36111     lo0
169.254            link#4             UCS             0        0     en0
172.16.12/24       link#4             UCS             4        0     en0     link#4             UCS             1        0     en0        c0:67:af:db:cf:61  UHLWIir        19        0     en0   1178        0:50:56:b9:2b:7c   UHLWIi         36      944     en0   1194       78:2b:cb:3a:e6:c5  UHLWIi          2    55090     en0    925       0:11:32:13:b:b1    UHLWIi          1     2761     en0    914   link#4             UCS             0        0     en0      ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff  UHLWbI          0       11     en0
172.16.208/24      link#12            UC              2        0  vmnet8       0:50:56:c0:0:8     UHLWIi          1       29     lo0     ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff  UHLWbI          0       11  vmnet8
172.16.252/24      link#11            UC              2        0  vmnet1       0:50:56:c0:0:1     UHLWIi          1       29     lo0     ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff  UHLWbI          0       11  vmnet1

Destination        Gateway            Flags        Refs      Use   Netif Expire
default          UGSc           55        0     en0
default            link#10            UCSI            0        0   utun0     link#10            UCS             0        0   utun0
127                UCS             0        0     lo0          UH              4    36115     lo0
169.254            link#4             UCS             0        0     en0
172.16.12/24       link#4             UCS             4        0     en0     link#4             UCS             1        0     en0        c0:67:af:db:cf:61  UHLWIir        57        0     en0   1100        0:50:56:b9:2b:7c   UHLWIi         49     1457     en0   1193       78:2b:cb:3a:e6:c5  UHLWIi          3    81513     en0    787       0:11:32:13:b:b1    UHLWIi          1     3697     en0    776   link#4             UCS             0        0     en0      28:cf:e9:17:f2:f9  UHLWI           0        0     en0   1117
172.16.208/24      link#12            UC              1        0  vmnet8       0:50:56:c0:0:8     UHLWIi          1       29     lo0
172.16.252/24      link#11            UC              1        0  vmnet1       0:50:56:c0:0:1     UHLWIi          1       29     lo0
192.168.0          link#10            UCS             0        0   utun0
192.168.10         link#10            UCS             0        0   utun0    link#10            UCS             1        0   utun0       link#10            UHWIi           6        8   utun0      UH              0        0   utun0
SonicWall WAN IP Address        UGHS            0        0     en0
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Accepted Solution

Aaron Tomosky earned 2000 total points
ID: 40587340
in the sonicwall, network, routing, do you have something like this:
Any       N-vlan10       Any       R-sg300       X0       20       8

Author Closing Comment

ID: 40587358
I knew it was going to be something simple I overlooked. Added the route and everything works like a charm.


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