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Configure Sonicwall NSA 2600 SSLVPN using 0X VLAN sub-interface

By jyergo ·
So I've been assigned the task of configuring a couple of SonicWall NSA 2600's in a high-availability pair.

I need to setup the SSLVPN feature to use a block of 25 licenses purchased for it, and will need a block off at least 25 internal IP addresses for use by these clients.

Is it possible to configure SSLVPN to use a sub-interface (vlan) under X0 instead of using the LAN interface itself? If so, are there any additional configurations I will need to make in addition to creating the VLAN?

The reason I want to go this route is that there is a limited number of available IP addresses in the LAN I can give to the VPN connections. I'm used to configuring SRA 1600's for SSLVPN, which allows VPN users to be on their own network. I'd like to do the same with the built-in SSLVPN functionality of the NSA 2600.

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