NetExtender Error : "Damaged version of NetExtender was detected on your computer"
09/17/2021 649 91092
This article describes how to fix the damaged version of Netextender on Windows 10.Error : “A damaged version of NetExtender was detected on your computer, please reinstall NetExtender to fix the problem.”
Secure Mobile Access>SMA 100 Series>NetExtender
Firewalls>SonicWall SuperMassive 9000 Series>SSLVPN
Supported SonicWall and 3rd party SFP and SFP+ modules that can be used with SonicWall firewalls
09/15/2021 335 39261
The following table provides a list of supported 3rd party SFP and SFP+ modules that can be used with SonicWall firewalls. NOTE: "X"=Supported in the table below.
Firewalls>SonicWall SuperMassive 9000 Series>Hardware
Initial and Advanced Firewall Setup for high security environments
09/15/2021 1 2969
This article covers how to setup firewall initial and advanced configuration when configuring in environments that requires top security compliance, military environments and closed environments.
Firewalls>SonicWall SuperMassive 9000 Series>Networking
Allowed URI and Forbidden URI in SonicWall Content Filter Service (CFS)
09/13/2021 808 45463
The Allowed Domains and Forbidden Domains feature has been enhanced and is called Allowed URI and Forbidden URI. Where Allowed and Forbidden Domains feature blocked or allowed connections to websites based on their domain names, the new feature blocks entire URIs. With this enhancement, specific resources within a website can be blocked or allowed. NOTE: While performing tests to confirm the Allow/Forbidden URI, it is recommended to log out of the firewall or have another device to test with. The Allowed/Forbidden URI objects can be found under Manage | Objects | Content Filter Objects | URI List Objects:
Firewalls>NSa Series>Content Filtering Service
Firewalls>NSv Series>Content Filtering Service
Firewalls>TZ Series>Content Filtering Service
Best practices for administrator managing SonicWall Firewall Appliances
09/13/2021 53 6569
Network Administrators and Engineers can suggest these below practices for users and administrators who are managing SonicWall firewall appliances, to increases the overall security of an end-to end architecture.
Firewalls>SonicWall NSA Series
How to access internal settings of firewall
09/10/2021 0 696
This article describes how to access the Internal settings of SonicWALL Firewall. NOTE: SonicWall, Inc. DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES ARD TO THIS SOFTWARE, INCLUDING ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS, IN NO EVENT SHALL SonicWall, Inc. BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR ANY DAMAGES WHATSOEVER RESULTING FROM LOSS OF USE, DATA OR PROFITS, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE OR OTHER TORTIOUS ACTION, ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR PERFORMANCE OF THIS SOFTWARE.THE FOLLOWING FEATURES AND DIAGNOSTIC ROUTINES ARE NOT SUPPORTED BY SonicWall, Inc.. SonicWall makes no representations about the suitability of this software for any purpose. It is provided "as is" without express or implied warranty.
How can I obtain a Certificate from a Windows Certificate Authority (CA)?
09/09/2021 786 99242
This article describes how to obtain a certificate from an internal CA for the purpose of SonicWall Web Management.Deployment PrerequisitesMicrosoft Windows Active Directory Services installed and configured.Microsoft Certificate Services installed and configured.Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) 7.0 installed and configure.Deployment Steps Exporting the CA Certificate from the Active Directory Server.Importing the CA Certificate onto the SonicWall.Creating a New Signing Request in SonicWall Appliance.Requesting certificate for the new signing Request by the MS Certificate Authority.Validating the Certificate on the SonicWall Appliance.How to Test
Firewalls>SonicWall SuperMassive 9000 Series>System
How can I configure a syslog server on a SonicWall firewall?
09/09/2021 407 24884
This article provides information on how to setup a syslog server on a SonicWall firewall. Please note: this is different than setting up an app flow server.
How can I configure Quality of Service settings?
09/09/2021 1321 33519
Quality of Service (QoS) adds the ability to recognize, map, modify, and generate the industry-standard 802.1p and Differentiated Services Code Points (DSCP) Class of Service (CoS) designators. When used in combination with a QoS capable network infrastructure, SonicOS QoS features provide predictability that is vital for certain types of applications, such as Voice over IP (VoIP), multimedia content, or business-critical applications such as credit card processing.Even the highest amounts of bandwidth ultimately are used to capacity at some point by users on the network. Being able to manage bandwidth to obtain the most efficient use from it is essential. Only QoS, when configured and implemented correctly, properly manages traffic and guarantees the desired levels of network service. Three concepts are central to the traffic management provided by QoS:• Classification• Marking• ConditioningCorrectly configured QoS marking can improve throughput and latency for affected traffic in the same way as Bandwidth Management while also passing the configuration beyond the network.
How can I increase the UDP timeout value?
09/09/2021 54 20953
Resolution for SonicOS 7.X
This release includes significant user interface changes and many new features that are different from the SonicOS 6.5 and earlier firmware. The below resolution is for customers using SonicOS 7.X firmware.
Log into the SonicWall firewall Navigate to Network | Firewall | Flood Protection
Click on UDP tab.
Modify the Default UDP Connection Timeout, to the desired value
Click Accept button to save the changes. Resolution for SonicOS 6.5
This release includes significant user interface changes and many new features that are different from the SonicOS 6.2 and earlier firmware. The below resolution is for customers using SonicOS 6.5 firmware.
Log into the SonicWall firewall Click Manage button in the top navigation menu.
Navigate to the Firewall Settings | Flood Protection.
Click on UDP tab.
Under the UDP settings.
Modify the default UDP connection timeout, to the desired value.
Click Accept button to save the changes. Log into the SonicWall firewall. Navigate to Firewall Settings | Advanced.
Scroll down to the section called UDP.