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Old 10-02-2017, 07:13 AM
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Default 9611g stuck on Connecting

Hello- I need help getting Sonicwall LAN traffic back to IKE config VPN client (Avaya VPN phone). I have a NAT rule but the IP Office system won't send traffic back to the phone as IKE config clients have to be on a different segment. Result is IPOffice thinks the phone is the translated IP of the NAT rule, which is the interface IP (LAN gateway).

Basically, the phone can connect to the system but system can't connect back to the phone. It takes the HTTP files, I can enter the extension and then it goes to Connecting...

It takes a license in IPOffice, as well.
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