Question about SonicWALL TZ 170 Firewall
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Firewall as a switch
Yes, there isn't anything wrong in connecting any extra computers on the free ports. Go ahead and plug in your laptop. If it doesn't work, then its the best time to ask here. ;D
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
This is not directly possible to do with a TZ170 as the device will only allow configuration for 1 static or dynamic IP at a time for the WAN port.
However this being the case, I suggest setting the SonicWALL up as a perimeter firewall and place devices that require the other public IPs form the additional IP range behind the TZ170. Basically the SonicWALL becomes the gateway for the other IPs needed as long as the range of the IP block is contiguous.
This would involve using the 4 ports of the LAN on the back of the TZ170 to connect directly to the other devices or if it is more then 4 devices, using a switch connected to the LAN side of the SonicWALL to provide connectivity to the multiple devices behind it. Most TZ170 are licensed for 10 connections on the LAN side and if you require more then 10, additional licenses will need to be purchased.
I would be careful pushing too much traffic through a TZ170 as it is designed for Small Business use and will quickly become overloaded with too much traffic causing high latency/traffic bottlenecks and in extreme cases connections being dropped. This is especially true for multiple VPNs.
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
The"svchost.exe" is a normall windows system files.
It does not cause any harm to your pc.
It's only a running process.
Posted on Feb 19, 2010
Hi, first u connect the firewall to the Ethernet port using straight through cable. Then set the ip address automatically. Then find the default gateway address from command promt using ipconfig/all command.After that browse the default gateway ip in the browser. you will get the sonicwall login page. Enjoy
Posted on Mar 19, 2010
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