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Re: DynDns update fails
I have given a ref. configuration for you. If you could provide me the debug results it would be great to help you.
set dns ddns
set dns ddns id 1 server-type dyndns clear-text
set dns ddns id 1 username USERNAME password PASSWORD
set dns ddns id 1 src-interface untrust host-name HOSTNAME.dyndns.org
set dns ddns enable
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Check your poxy settings. Almost sounds as if there is a proxy server blocking access. Also check DNS settings. If you need to hard code DNS settings into the network connection. I use googles DNS free servers at 22.214.171.124 or 126.96.36.199 these are a global DNS server.
Remember, you need to configure DNS on the ScreenOS device before the address book items can resolve the DNS to an IP address.
In this example, we assume the hostname is SSG5, the domain name is abc.com, the primary DNS is 188.8.131.52, and the secondary DNS is 184.108.40.206
Click Network > DNS
Host Name: SSG5
Domain Name: abc.com
Primary DNS Server: 220.127.116.11
Secondary DNS Server: 18.104.22.168
Click Objects > Addresses > List
Address Name: www.facebook.com
Click domain name, and enter www.facebook.com
Click Objects > Addresses > Group
Group Name: Facebook
Move www.facebook.com from Available Members to Group Members by clicking the << button
Select From Trust to Untrust, then click New
Source Address: Click Address Book, and select ANY
Destination Address: Click Address Book, and select facebook
hope this helps you
You need to get a replacement disk for your appliance, I recommend contacting your Blue Coat partner/reseller or if you appliance is covered by a Blue Coat support/maintenance agreement go to www.bluecoat.com and contact support to RMA your appliance
Connect your phone to your Computer and backup all your memos and personal information by selecting "Backup" in Nokia PC Suite. After that download the Nokia Software Updater from Nokia's website:
Use the Nokia Software Updater to update/reinstall your phone's software. Your phone will start working now.
This is a old post, have you received and answer yet?
If not, make sure the internal interfaces are connected to one another and both have links. The ASA needs to have a "heartbeat" signal that passes between the 2 devices and this seems to be what's failing.
You can always do a hard reset to the soho, but backup your system settings for this will factory reset the box because it will erase everything! 1) Unplug any devices from the all ports. 2)Unplug power cord. 3)Use paperclip to hold reset button. 4)While continuing to hold the reset button plug the power back in. 5)Watch the status light in front, when it turns on(the red light) wait until it turns back off, then release the reset button.
The whole reset process is about a one minute wait for the status light.
Ditch the Barracuda and use the SonicWall Content Filtering option, it's cheaper anyhow.
Barring that, reset it to default, and make sure that it is using the SonicWall as its gateway, along with the proper DNS settings. Also, check for a firmware upgrade on the unit. I've run into a few Barracudas that have nothign in the knowledge base but a firmware upgrade fixes them.
First, check what ports the DVR system uses, in GeoVision for example is: 80, 3550, 4550, 5550, 6550 So... You DVR must be with Manual IP And then, open the router management page and configure NAT settings, so that when someone in the outside network "calls" you ip+port, the router knows to which machine the "call" is... Also... use some kind of dynamic dns service like DynDns or NO-IP so that people use an regular URL and not a IP address.
You seem to have the last resort (o.o.o.o) set to VLAN1 which is set as an inside interface.
Is VLAN1 connected to the outside router or internet backbone?
If not, change the last resort to the outside Ethernet port.
1. Pix does not like class A address, make sure you are using B or C.
2. The VPN subnet always has to be differant to the LAN.
3. Has to have a working DNS server.
4. Add static route, and last resort to main ethernet port that has the DNS & R62. (or 2 if on differant sub)