james at westexe.demon.co.uk
Thu Mar 17 13:16:03 UTC 2005
Mark Sargent wrote:
> I am trying to access a SonicWallPro device from FC3 on a local LAN.
> Device IP = 192.168.168.168. eth1 is set to 192.168.168.12 and Cisco2900
> = 192.168.168.1. Firefox/Mozilla give an error when attempting to
> connect to the web management @ 192.168.168.168, although the device is
> pingable. This is only sometimes, and today is one of those sometimes.
> The connection was refused when attempting to connect 192.168.168.168.
> Now, if I take the same cable, and attach it to Windows98SE and connect
> via IE, it works. Why would I be getting this error only on FC3.? The
> browsers have no problem connecting to the net via eth0. Cheers.
Hmm. It's been my experience that the SonicWall web management has been
flaky. It does vary with the SonicWall firmware, though: since you have
a Win98 machine around, you could try patching it.
On the other hand, I've found that SonicWall make you jump through more
hoops than one might consider necessary to get the firmware: good luck!
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