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Sonicwall to Fortigate VPN

Sonicwall to Fortigate VPN

Sonicwall to Fortigate VPN

Hi friends,
I am telecom vendor and has very less interaction with these firewalls. Recently I had installed VOIP IPPBX behind firewall old one IPPBX is behind fortigate firewall.
new IPPBX IP is network- and fortigate network is
Both side data traffic,ping from desktop is working fine.
My IPPBX has ping option so I am not able to ping and other IPPBX in same network from

Network setting in,,

I am able to ping fortigate network IPPBX from Desktop and laptop of sonicwall,But not from sonicwall IPPBX

Any help is appriciated.

network settings in IPPBX are proper

RE: Sonicwall to Fortigate VPN


Is there a reason you need to ping the x.x.2.1 interface? I ask because generally, different networks won't talk to each other unless you allow them to, so likely on the firewall there is no rule/route in place to allow x.x.2.0/24 to talk to x.x.3.0/24.

You said there is another IPPBX on the same network as your new one, what is it's IP? Can you ping 3.1 from 3.101?

What do you mean by laptop of sonicwall?

Just want to get the whole picture here.

Is there an issue you're having, like the PBX can't connect to an outside connection?

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