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Do you get any luck spoofing your WAN interface's MAC to the one that was on the WAN interface of the previous router?
post #12 of 16
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Tried flashing that firmware image and it wouldn't take it. I'm guessing the firmware was for TZ-150 and I have a TZ-150w.

Tried manually setting my WAN IP, gateway, etc. Still no internet connectivity on the sonicwall. It is properly handing out DHCP leases to connected devices, though. So far that's only been my main rig.

I have not tried spoofing my wrt54gs's mac address on the sonicwall. Honestly, at this point, I feel like I'm jumping through unnecessary hoops just to use this sonicwall as the front end of my networks when there are probably several other options that will work.
 
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I swapped out the Sonicwall TZ-150w for my Forebox x5 Edge. Set firebox to IP of 192.168.1.3. Firebox ports are WAN1, WAN2, OPT, and lan ports 0-6 so I have my cable modem on WAN1 and patch cable going from port0 to lan1 on my wrt54gs. I have my main rig on lan2 on my wrt54gs. Set wrt54gs to static WAN IP 192.168.1.2, subnet mask 255.255.255.0, gateway 192.168.1.3, LAN IP 192.168.1.1 same as before for convenience. I disabled DHCP server on the wrt54gs and set the operating mode to router. I also enabled dynamic routing for LAN and WLAN on the wrt54gs, not sure if I needed to or what that even does.

Success! All my LAN and WLAN devices behind the wrt54gs have internet connectivity, everything works just like it did before.

Now I get to play around with that OPT port on the firebox. That port = optional network, a second network. There is also a page in the firebox config specifically for rules between trusted(ports 0-6) and optional(opt) networks which is exactly what I was needing.

ETA: The server is plugged in to the OPT port. Optional network is set to 10.0.0.1 ./ 255.255.255.0 with an IP range of 10.0.0.10-100. ESXi automatically renewed the IP which is now 10.0.0.10. I can ping the server from my main rig so the firebox is allowing connectivity that way. I need to restrict everything between the two networks except for my rig > that network so I can use the vSphere client.

I also have internet connectivity in my mint VM on the server. Looks like I have accomplished my mission. biggrin.gif
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This is the first time I have been online since I last posted, so I just caught up to all of this. Nice!

You definitely had an older Sonicwall. Mine is a TZ210 (just checked), and the newer models/newer style firmware is much easier to work with for me at least.

It sounds like you definitely accomplished your goal, albeit with different hardware, which is still great! It's the same exact concept, just different hardware, so I'm glad it all went well and to plan.
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Yeah this firebox worked out perfectly. It was pretty much designed to do exactly what I wanted, and by default it won't let devices on Optional network see or talk to devices on Trusted network, but it allows trusted-to-optional, which is exactly what I needed.

I would have never figured that out if I hadn't started out with the sonicwall so I've got you to thank for that. thumb.gif

ETA: WatchGuard, the maker of the firebox, also has an FTP set up that contains all previous firmware releases for all their devices...including the EOL ones like my x5 edge. I was able to upgrade from 7.1.0 to 7.5.2. Wish more companies would do that for EOL devices considering most of those firmware releases were available during your license if you bought one of these new but never updated them during the service life.
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Awesome! You're welcome. I'm glad to have helped at least a bit.

The concept of what you were trying to do is very vendor neutral - it's just networking =P.
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