Sonicwall SRA no lan access

Posted on 2016-10-26
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Last Modified: 2016-10-27

This is probably something dumb but anyone using these things regularly will know and save me time.

I have a Sonicwall SRA SSL VPN box, not a firewall, setup and its ip is
I have the box AD integrated and I am logged in with netextender ssl vpn client i am able to ping which is the box itself which is its lan ip. I can not ping anything else on the network unfortunately :/.
Question by:Mark Bill
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by:J Spoor
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is the added to the client route?
it can happen if you have an ip conflict as well, so if the client get's the same IP as a device in the lan

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by:Mark Bill
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It has been added to the client route and the sra routes. Neither seems to work.
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J Spoor earned 2000 total points
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What IP client range did you configure on the SRA?

If this is still the default 192.168.200.x did you add a route on the firewall to route 192.168.200.x to (SRA IP) ?

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by:Mark Bill
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Wish I seen that response earlier, thats the issue that the firewall doesnt know where that subnet is.
I spent all last night figuring this out.

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by:Mark Bill
ID: 41862024
solid job

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