I have added the URL to the default policy whitelist but the browser still cannot load it. SonicWALL is not giving an error, there is just a standard page not loaded message, but I know that the reason it is being blocked is because of the firewall as this URL is available when outside the network.
Is there a specific way to allow access to a non-default port in a URL?
It does not matter if he is not going out on port 80, as long as the response is on an ephemeral it will be permitted. I am guessing that whatever software is being used has a response on a specific port
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Network traffic routing plays key role in your network, if you have single site with heavy browsing or multiple sites, replicating important application data from your Primary Default Gateway ,you have to route your other network traffic from your p…
I found an issue or “bug” in the SonicOS platform (the firmware controlling SonicWALL security appliances) that has to do with renaming Default Service Objects, which then causes a portion of the system to become uncontrollable and unstable.
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