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Cannot run RDP, Telnet over MPLS when sonic firewall is connected

When I disconnect sonicwall firewall I can telnet, RDP over att MPLS cloud but immediately it is connected, I can only ping back and forth but cannot telnet. PLEASE ahy idea is welcome.

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  • Anonymous May 11, 2010

    Hi,

    can you brief your network with ip address...

    Regards,

    Mani.S

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You have to give rights to the particular systems. Means enable NAT policys in the sonicwall router.

for details go to the SonicWall Router Manual. Or else you can contact me, I will help you.

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