An Introduction to SonicWall's New Search Page
10/21/2020 0 235
SonicWall has introduced a new powerful multi-faceted search to help you find content faster. To access the new search page:Navigate to SonicWall.com.Click the site-wide search icon on the main page. A search box will appear.Enter the query in the search box and press enter or click on the magnifying glass icon.You will be redirected to SonicWall's new search page bringing in content from across SonicWall including: Technical Documentation, Community, Knowledge Base, and more.Tabs are available to help narrow down your search. The "All Content" tab brings in everything from SonicWall. The "Support" tab brings in content specifically from the Community, Knowledge Base, Notifications, Product Life Cycle Tables, Support Pages, Technical Documentation, and Video Tutorials.On the left-hand side, we can filter search results using different facets (By Source, By Product and Language). To expand the facets, click "Show more". TIP: Additionally, you can sort results by Relevance or Date.
How can I upgrade SonicOS Firmware?
10/16/2020 9610 99583
This article details how to upgrade the Firmware on the SonicWall UTM devices, including Best Practices for backing up configuration and settings.Don't want to read? Watch instead!
Firewalls>SonicWall NSA Series>Firmware
How to Create URI List Objects/Groups on SonicOSX 7.0?
10/12/2020 0 3810
A URI List Object defines a list of URIs (Uniform Resource Identifiers), domains or keywords. You can export a URI list to an external file or import a file into a URI list.These lists are highly useful when you are trying to add security policies to allow/block certain websites, URIs or keywords.
How to enable Classic View GUI format on 6.5 and 7.X firmware?
10/10/2020 56 15696
This article helps you to change the GUI view style on 6.5 and 7.X firmware.This feature is to help you switch to the classic view so that if you do not find any GUI option or having difficulty finding certain options, you can use this. It would be best to learn the options on the new GUI as they are going to be used hereafter.
Firewalls>SonicWall NSA Series
Firewalls>SonicWall SuperMassive 9000 Series
Firewalls>SonicWall SuperMassive E10000 Series
Supported SonicWall and 3rd party SFP and SFP+ modules that can be used with SonicWall firewalls
10/05/2020 276 30047
The following table provides a list of supported 3rd party SFP and SFP+ modules that can be used with SonicWall firewalls.
Firewalls>SonicWall SuperMassive 9000 Series>Hardware
Explanation Of Drop Code And Module-ID Values In Packet Capture Output (SonicOS 126.96.36.199)
10/01/2020 2 849
The Packet Monitor Feature on the SonicWall is one of the most powerful and useful tools for troubleshooting a wide variety of issues. Any Packets which pass through the SonicWall can be viewed, examined, and even exported to tools like Wireshark.The Module-ID field provides information on the specific area of the firewall (UTM) appliance's firmware that handled a particular packet. The Drop-Code field provides a reason why the appliance dropped a particular packet. This article provides a list of the Module-ID and Drop-Code numbers along with their meanings.Module ID and NameDrop Code ID and Name
Adding Multiple Address Objects Using SonicOS API
09/28/2020 11 2999
SonicOS API provides an alternative to the SonicOS Command Line Interface (CLI) for configuring selected functions. SonicOS API is disabled by default in SonicOS. Any attempt to access SonicOS API while it is disabled results in an HTTP 403 Forbidden error. To use the SonicOS API, you must enable it, either through the SonicOS Management Interface or from the CLI.SonicOS API is supported on all platforms running SonicOS 6.5.4 and higher.
Benefits and Working of SonicOS VPN Auto Provisioning
09/24/2020 0 1041
The SonicOS VPN Auto Provisioning feature simplifies the provisioning of the site to site VPNs between two SonicWall firewalls. This section provides conceptual information and benefits of using the VPN Auto Provisioning feature.
Firewalls>SonicWall NSA Series>VPN
How to register an NSv in a closed Network
09/23/2020 0 1017
NOTE: This registration method uses Manual Upgrade and is not recommended for normal product registration on products that have internet access.In a closed network, your NSv does not have internet access and cannot communicate directly with the SonicWall licensing server. To complete the registration process, you need to obtain information from MySonicWall and then log into SonicOS on your NSv and enter that information.Log into your NSv appliance and navigate to the MONITOR | System Status pageMake a note of the GUID, or leave the page open in your browser. The GUID is displayed in the System Information section.In another browser tab or window, log into your MySonicWall account.Navigate to My Products and click on the entry for your NSv appliance.To get the License Keyset, first click the key icon.Enter the GUID into the dialog box and click Update. The License Keyset is displayed. This is a binary nrepresentation of all the service licenses activated on your NSv.Select the License Keyset and copy it to your clipboard.Log into your NSv appliance or return to that browser window if still logged in.Navigate to the MANAGE | Licenses page in SonicOS.Under Manual Upgrade, paste the License Keyset into the Enter keyset field.In the Serial Number and Authentication Code fields, enter the corresponding values you received after purchasing your NSv Series KVM virtual firewall.In the Registration Code field, enter the registration code you received when you did the initial registration in MySonicWall to obtain the NSv image file.Click APPLY to register the NSv and activate the licensed services.Click ACCEPT.
Can Settings be Exported/Imported from one SonicWall to Another? (Support Matrix)
09/22/2020 5046 103057
While settings can be exported from one SonicWall to another, not every model of SonicWall is compatible with all others. Similarly, some firmware versions are not compatible with subsequent versions as new features were added or changes were made to existing features. This article details which settings files are supported to and from each SonicWall UTM device to help administrators avoid possible settings corruption from unsupported settings Imports.
Firewalls>SonicWall NSA Series