[itdiscuss] Weird Wireless Problem
dbarber at thekirk.org
Thu Jan 13 15:19:33 EST 2011
I don't know, can I? I am not sure how on SonicWall...
2011/1/13 <blloyd at buskercom.com>
> Can you turn off spoof detection for the internal network?
> Bill Lloyd
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> *Subject:* [itdiscuss] Weird Wireless Problem
> We have six SonicPoints connected to our SonicWall Pro 3060. They put out
> two virtual access points: one guest and one internal. The guest continues
> to function. The internal network has stopped, it seems because the
> SonicWall is blocking the connections thinking it is an IP spoof. I am not
> sure what to do here. Nothing in my configuration has changed. Both networks
> are on separate VLANs from the main VLAN, and everything has been peachy.
> SonicWall support was pretty useless.
> Dan Barber
> Network Administrator
> Kirk of the Hills
> techsupport at thekirk.org
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