PRO 2040/3060/4060 Quick Start Guide

COMPREHENSIVE INTERNET SECURITY ™
SonicWALL Internet Security Appliances
PRO 2040/3060/4060
Quick Start Guide
Quick Start Installation
Thank you for purchasing a SonicWALL Internet security appliance. The SonicWALL acts as a secure
barrier between your private LAN and the public Internet (WAN) to protect your networks from security
threats on the Internet.
This Quick Start Guide provides instructions for installing and configuring your SonicWALL PRO Series
appliance as an Office Gateway on your network. After completing these instructions, you can access the
Internet from your computers on your LAN through your secure WAN connection.
Before You Begin
Check Package Contents
• One SonicWALL Internet Security Appliance
• One SonicWALL Quick Start Guide
• One SonicWALL Firmware and Documentation CD
• One Ethernet cable
• One Crossover cable
• One Console Port cable
• One Power cord
• One Mounting Kit including brackets and screws
If any items are missing from your package, contact SonicWALL, Inc.
Web: <http://www.sonicwall.com/support/> Phone: (888) 777-1476
What You Need to Get Connected
• SonicWALL Internet Security Appliance
• Internet Connection
• PC or Macintosh computer
• A Web browser (Microsoft Internet Explorer v5.0 or later, or Netscape Navigator v4.7 or later - your Web
browser must support Java and HTTP uploads in order to fully manage the SonicWALL.)
• Internet Service Provider (ISP) Information TEL:______________________________
ISP Connection Information
Before you can begin installing your SonicWALL, determine how your ISP distributes IP addresses. Call
your ISP to find out if your Internet connection uses DHCP to obtain an IP address, or PPPoE (typical of
DSL access), or if they have given you a static IP address. Record all of your networking information in the
checklist below:
IP Addressing using DHCP
No action necessary. The SonicWALL automatically detects the presence of a DHCP server during setup.
IP Addressing using PPPoE
User Name:________________________
Password:_________________________
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IP Addressing using a Single, Static Public IP Address
IP Address:________________________
Subnet Mask:______________________
Default Gateway:___________________
Primary DNS:______________________
Secondary DNS:___________________
Alert! If you are not using one of the network configurations above, step by step installation
instructions for additional networking methods are found in Configuring the Network Mode
section of your Administrator’s Guide. The Administrator’s Guide is located on your product CD and
requires Acrobat Reader to view it. Acrobat Reader is also provided on your product CD.
Glossary
•
Default Gateway - A device on an internetwork that forwards packets to another network.
•
DHCP - Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol allocates IP addresses to computers on the network
automatically without assigning a computer a static (fixed) IP address.
•
DNS (Domain Name System) Server - A computer that “looks up” the name of a computer and finds
the corresponding IP address. This allows you to access computers on the Internet without configuring
IP addresses for remote connections.
•
IP Address - A set of numbers in the format, XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX, used to address computers on the
Internet.
•
LAN (Local Area Network) - A group of computers in the same room, on the same floor, or same
building connected to form a single network.
•
PPPoE - Point to Point Protocol over Ethernet supports the transmission of network packets over
serial transmission lines such as DSL or POTS (Plain Old Telephone Service).
•
Subnet Mask - A set of numbers in IP address format using 255 in place of the XXX’s. It determines
the type of network by “masking” out numbers. A Class C network has a subnet mask of
255.255.255.0.
•
VPN - Virtual Private Network is a “virtual” network that encrypts data and sends it privately over the
Public Internet.
•
WAN (Wide Area Network) - A geographically distributed network composed of local area networks
(LANs) joined to a single network through a common carrier.
Setup Continues
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Installing Your SonicWALL PRO Series Appliance
1
Applying Power to the SonicWALL
Plug the power cord into the SonicWALL and the other end into an appropriate power outlet. Turn
on the SonicWALL using the On/Off switch located on the back of the appliance.
The Power light turns green when power is applied to the SonicWALL and the Test light remains lit
for approximately one minute while the SonicWALL performs a series of diagnostic tests. When the
Test light is no longer lit, the SonicWALL is ready for configuration.
Connecting the SonicWALL to the Network
2
3
Connecting the Network Cables
Connect one end of the gray Ethernet cable to your DSL modem, cable modem, or Internet router.
Connect the other end of the gray Ethernet cable to the WAN (X1) port of the SonicWALL. The link
LED lights indicating an active connection. If the LED does not light, try the Crossover cable.
Connect one end of the provided Crossover cable to the Ethernet port of your computer.
Connect the other end of the cable to the LAN(X0) port of your SonicWALL. The link LED lights
indicating an active connection. If the LED does not light, try the Ethernet cable.
Setup Continues
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4
Configuring Your Management Station
Your SonicWALL is configured with the default IP address of 192.168.168.168. This IP address is used to
initially access the Management interface of the SonicWALL. To access the Management interface for the
first time, you must configure your computer with an IP address in the same network range as the
SonicWALL. Follow the instructions below for your operating system:
Windows XP
1. Right-click My Network Place and select Properties.
2. Right-click on the Local Area Connection icon and select Properties.
3. Open the Local Area Connection Properties window.
4. Double-click Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) to open the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties window.
5. Select Use the following IP address and type 192.168.168.200 in the IP address field.
6. Enter 255.255.255.0 in the Subnet Mask field.
7. Enter the DNS IP address in the Preferred DNS Server field. If you have more than one address, type the second
one in the Alternate DNS server field.
8. Click OK for the settings to take effect on the computer.
Windows 2000
1. From your Windows task bar, click Start.
2. Then click Settings.
3. Click Network and Dial-up Connections.
4. Double-click the network icon to open the connection window.
5. Click Properties.
6. Highlight Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and click Properties.
7. Select Use the following IP address.
8. Enter 192.168.168.200 in the IP address field.
9. Enter 255.255.255.0 in the Subnet field.
10. If you have a DNS Server IP address from your ISP, enter it in the Preferred DNS Server field.
Windows NT
1. From the Start list, highlight Settings and then select Control Panel.
2. Double-click the Network icon in the Control Panel window.
3. Double-click TCP/IP in the TCP/IP Properties window.
4. Select Specify an IP Address.
5. Enter 192.168.168.200 in the IP Address field.
6. Enter 255.255.255.0 in the Subnet Mask field.
7. Click DNS at the top of the window.
8. Type the DNS IP address in the Preferred DNS Server field. If you have more than one address, enter the
second one in the Alternate DNS server field.
9. Click OK, and then click OK again.
10. Restart the computer.
Setup Continues
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Windows 98
1. From the Start list, highlight Settings and then select Control Panel. Double-click the Network icon in the Control
Panel window.
2. Double-click TCP/IP in the TCP/IP Properties window.
3. Select Specify an IP Address.
4. Enter 192.168.168.200 in the IP Address field.
5. Enter 255.255.255.0 in the Subnet Mask field.
6. Click DNS Configuration.
7. Type the DNS IP address in the Preferred DNS Server field. If you have more than one address, type the second
one in the Alternate DNS server field.
8. Click OK, and then click OK again.
9. Restart the computer for changes to take effect.
Accessing the PRO Series Management Interface
5
To begin the configuration of your SonicWALL, you must log into the SonicWALL using a Web
browser and the SonicWALL default LAN IP address, 192.168.168.168. Follow the instructions
below:
Alert! Please allow enough time for the SonicWALL to power up completely before attempting to log into the
Management Interface. It takes approximately three minutes for the SonicWALL to cycle completely. When
the Test light is no longer lit, the SonicWALL is ready for configuration.
1. Launch your Web browser.
Alert! Because you are temporarily disconnected from the Internet, you may receive an error message when
your Web browser first opens. This does not affect your installation process. Continue with the steps below.
2. Enter 192.168.168.168 in the Location or Address field.
Setup Continues
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If you cannot connect to the PRO 2040, PRO 3060 or PRO 4060, check the following:
• Did you correctly enter the SonicWALL default LAN IP address in your browser window?
• Is the SonicWALL connected to the same network as your computer?
• Have you changed the TCP/IP network settings on your computer? (Step 4)
To begin configuring a PRO 4060, go to Step 6b.
6a
The Setup Wizard for the PRO 2040/PRO 3060
The Setup Wizard automatically launches the first time you access the Management Interface. The
Setup Wizard provides easy to follow instructions for configuring the SonicWALL on your network.
You must have your ISP information to complete the configuration using the Setup Wizard.
Tip! Certain browser configurations may not launch the Installation Wizard automatically. In this
case, you must log into the SonicWALL using “Admin” as the User Name and “password” as the
Password. After you log into the SonicWALL, click Wizards. Select Setup to begin configuring the
SonicWALL.
Follow the steps below for the quickest and easiest configuration for the PRO 2040 and PRO 3060
as an Office Gateway:
Step 1: Welcome to the SonicWALL Setup Wizard - Click Next.
Step 2: Change Password - change the PRO 2040 or PRO 3060 password to your personal
password. Click Next.
Step 3: Change Time Zone - change the Time Zone to your location’s Time Zone. Click Next.
Step 4: WAN Network Mode - the type of network connectivity is detected automatically. If you
want to select a different network mode, consult the SonicOS Administrator’s Guide on your
product CD for more information.
Step 5: WAN Network Mode - if PPPoE is detected as your network connection, enter your user
name and password from your ISP. Click Next. If a DHCP server is detected, click Next.
Step 6: LAN Settings - Review the LAN IP address and subnet mask. Use the default values.
Step 7: LAN DHCP Settings - To allow the PRO 2040 or PRO 3060 to distribute IP addresses to
computers on your LAN, select Enable DHCP Server. Use the default IP address range. Click
Next.
Step 8: SonicWALL Configuration Summary - Write down your network configuration
information below. Click Apply.
Step 9: Setup Wizard Complete - Your SonicWALL is now successfully configured for LAN and
WAN access. Click Restart to complete the configuration process.
Step 10: Backup Your Configuration - Click System and then Settings. Click Create Backup to
create a System Backup.
Network Settings
WAN - Network Mode:______________ IP Address:____________ Subnet Mask:____________
Router IP Address:_______________ DNS Server 1 IP Address:______________
DNS Server 2 IP Address:_________________
LAN - IP Address:______________ Subnet Mask:______________DHCP Enabled: Yes___ No__
Setup Continues
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Tip!You must register your SonicWALL at <http://www.mysonicwall.com> to obtain the latest version of
SonicOS firmware and access technical support. If you have purchased the SonicOS Enhanced upgrade
for your PRO 2040 or PRO 3060, you must register your appliance and download the SonicOS Enhanced
firmware.
6b
Initial Configuration of the PRO 4060
Follow the steps below for the quickest and easiest configuration for the PRO 4060 on your office
network:
Step 1: Enter admin in the Name field and password in the Password field.
Step 2: Configure Network Interface - Click Network and then Interfaces.
Step 3: Configure LAN Settings - Click the icon under Configure in the first row of the Interface
Settings table.
Step 4: Enter Your LAN Network Information - Enter a private IP address in the IP Address field
and the subnet in the Subnet Mask field. Click OK.
Step 5: Configure WAN Settings - Click the icon under Configure in the second row of the
Interface Settings table.
Step 6: Enter Your WAN Network Information - Enter the IP address information from your ISP
on this page. If the IP address is obtained using DHCP or PPPoE, select this option from the IP
Assignment menu. Enter your DNS information to complete the WAN configuration. Click OK.
Step 7: Backup Your Configuration - Click System and then Settings. Click Create Backup to
create a System Backup.
For details on configuring the PRO 4060, refer to the SonicOS Enhanced Administrator’s Guide
located on your product CD.
Network Settings
WAN - Network Mode:______________ IP Address:____________ Subnet
Mask:____________
Router IP Address:_______________ DNS Server 1 IP Address:______________
DNS Server 2 IP Address:_________________
LAN - IP Address:______________ Subnet Mask:______________DHCP Enabled: Yes___
No__
DHCP IP Address Range:______________________
Tip! You must register your SonicWALL at <http://www.mysonicwall.com> to obtain the latest version of
SonicOS Enhanced firmware and access technical support.
Setup Continues
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SonicWALL PRO 2040 Front View
Test
Console Port
Power
Alarm
Optional
LAN
WAN
Port
link, 100, act link, 100, act link, 100, act
(X0)
(X1)
(X2)
Purchased
Upgrade
• Console Port - DB-9 RS-232 Console port for Command Line Interface support.
• Alarm - Lights when the firmware is reset and when certain network traffic conditions occur.
• Test - Lights when the SonicWALL is powered up and performing diagnostic tests to check for proper
operation. These tests take about 90 seconds. If the Test LED remains lit after this time, power down
the SonicWALL and apply power again after a few seconds.
• Power - Lights up when power is applied to the SonicWALL.
There are three available Ethernet ports: one for the LAN, one for the WAN port, and one optional port:
Note! To activate additional ports, you must upgrade to SonicOS Enhanced.
• Link - Lights up when a Twisted Pair connection is made to another Ethernet device on the port. Note
that the device connected to the SonicWALL must support the standard Link Integrity test.
• 100 - When the connection is a 100 Mbps connection, the 100 light is lit indicating a network speed of
100 Mbps.
• Activity - Lights up when the SonicWALL transmits or receives a packet through the Twisted Pair port.
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SonicWALL PRO 2040 Rear View
Internal Fans
100-240VAC
50-60Hz
1.5A
Power Input
Power
Switch
Power Supply Fan
• Power Input - Connects to the external power supply that is provided with the SonicWALL. The use of
an Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) is recommended to protect the SonicWALL against damage or
loss of data due to electrical storms, power failures, or power surges.
• Internal Fans - Two chassis fans and one power supply fan maintain the temperature of the
SonicWALL and prevent overheating.
Alert! Obstructing the airflow or blocking the fans causes the SonicWALL to overheat. Be sure to allow
enough room for circulating air around the appliance.
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SonicWALL PRO 3060 Front View
Console Port
LAN
link, 100, act
Alarm
(X0)
Test
Power
Purchased
WAN
Upgrade
link, 100, act
Optional
(X1)
Port
link, 100, act
(X2)
• Console Port - DB-9 RS-232 Console port for Command Line Interface support.
• Alarm - Lights when the firmware is reset and when certain network traffic conditions occur.
• Test - Lights when the SonicWALL is powered up and performing diagnostic tests to check for proper
operation. These tests take about 90 seconds. If the Test LED remains lit after this time, power down
the SonicWALL and apply power again after a few seconds.
• Power - Lights up when power is applied to the SonicWALL.
There are three available Ethernet ports: one for the LAN, one for the WAN port, and one optional port:
Note! To activate additional ports, you must upgrade to SonicOS Enhanced.
• Link - Lights up when a Twisted Pair connection is made to another Ethernet device on the port. Note
that the device connected to the SonicWALL must support the standard Link Integrity test.
• 100 - When the connection is a 100 Mbps connection, the 100 light is lit indicating a network speed of
100 Mbps.
• Activity - Lights up when the SonicWALL transmits or receives a packet through the Twisted Pair port.
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SonicWALL PRO 3060 Rear View
Internal Fans
100-240VAC
50-60Hz
1.5A
Power Input
Power
Switch
• Power Input - Connects to the external power supply that is provided with the SonicWALL. The use of
an Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) is recommended to protect the SonicWALL against damage or
loss of data due to electrical storms, power failures, or power surges.
• Internal Fans - Four chassis fans and two power supply fans maintain the temperature of the
SonicWALL and prevent overheating.
Alert! Obstructing the airflow or blocking the fans causes the SonicWALL to overheat. Be sure to allow
enough room for circulating air around the appliance.
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SonicWALL PRO 4060 Front View
Console Port
LAN
link, 100, act WAN
(X0) link, 100, act
Test
Power
Alarm
User-defined Ports
• Console Port - DB-9 RS-232 Console port for Command Line Interface support.
• Alarm - Lights when the firmware is reset and when certain network traffic conditions occur.
• Test - Lights when the SonicWALL is powered up and performing diagnostic tests to check for proper
operation. These tests take about 90 seconds. If the Test LED remains lit after this time, power down
the SonicWALL and apply power again after a few seconds.
• Power - Lights up when power is applied to the SonicWALL.
There are six Ethernet ports: one for the LAN port, one for the WAN port, and four user-defined ports:
• Link - Lights up when a Twisted Pair connection is made to another Ethernet device on the port. Note
that the device connected to the SonicWALL must support the standard Link Integrity test.
• 100 - When the connection is a 100 Mbps connection, the 100 light is lit indicating a network speed of
100 Mbps.
• Activity - Lights up when the SonicWALL transmits or receives a packet through the Twisted Pair port.
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SonicWALL PRO 4060 Rear View
Internal Fans
100-240VAC
50-60Hz
1.5A
Power Input
Power
Switch
• Power Input - Connects to the external power supply that is provided with the SonicWALL. The use of
an Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) is recommended to protect the SonicWALL against damage or
loss of data due to electrical storms, power failures, or power surges.
• Internal Fans - Four chassis fans and two power supply fans maintain the temperature of the SonicWALL and prevent overheating.
Alert! Obstructing the airflow or blocking the fans causes the SonicWALL to overheat. Be sure to allow
enough room for circulating air around the appliance.
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SonicWALL PRO 2040 Technical Specifications
Processor: 800 mHz VIA C3
Dimensions: 17.00 x 10.00 x 1.75 inches
(43.13 x 25.40 x 4.45 cm)
RAM: 128 MB
Flash Memory: 64 MB Secure Compact Flash
Weight: 8.5.0 lb. (3.9 kg)
Interfaces:
(1) WAN 10/100 Base-T
(1) LAN 10/100 Base-T
(1) User-defined Ports*
(1) Serial Port
LEDs:
Status (Power, Test, Alarm)
LAN (link,100, activity)
WAN (link, 100, activity)
DMZ
Firewall Performance:up to 200 Mbps
Site to Site VPN Policies: 50**
Power: 100V to 240VAC
50 to 60 Hz 4.2A
Bundled VPN Client Sessions: 10
Remote Access VPN Policies: 500
Standards: NAT, DNS, RIPv1/v2, TCP/IP, UDP,
ICMP, HTTP, HTTPS, IPSec, ISAKMP/IKE, SNMP,
DHCP, PPPoE, L2TP, PPTP, RADIUS
Firewall Nodes: Unrestricted
Environment:
Temperatures 40 - 105o F, (5-40o C)
Relative Humidity 10-90% noncondensing
Concurrent Connections: 32,000
Operational Altitude: 0 to 13,123 ft. (4000m)
VPN Performance: 50 Mbps 3DES and AES
Power Consumption: Nominal 100W
Certifications: ICSA Firewall, ICSA VPN, FIPS
(140-2 level 2)
Bundled Software: IPSec VPN
Hardware Failover (optional)
Major Regulatory Compliance:
EMC: FCC Class A, ICES Class A, CE, C-tick,
VCCI, BSMI, MIC, NOM
Safety: UL, cUL, TUV/GS
Operating System: SonicOS Standard
upgradeable to SonicOS Enhanced.
*Only one of the user-defined ports is available with SonicOS Standard. If you upgrade to SonicOS
Enhanced, additional ports are available for configuration.
**1,000 policies are included with SonicOS Enhanced.
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SonicWALL PRO 3060 Technical Specifications
Processor: Intel - 2GHz with dedicated security
ASIC
Dimensions: 17.00 x 13.00 x 1.75 inches
(43.13 x 33.02 x 4.45 cm)
RAM: 256 MB
Flash Memory: 64 MB Secure Compact Flash
Weight: 13.0 lb. (5.9 kg)
Interfaces:
(1) WAN 10/100 Base-T
(1) LAN 10/100 Base-T
(1) User-defined Ports*
(1) Serial Port
LEDs:
Status (Power, Test, Alarm)
LAN (link,100, activity)
WAN (link, 100, activity)
DMZ
Firewall Performance:up to 300 Mbps
Site to Site VPN Policies: 500**
Power: 100V to 240VAC
50 to 60 Hz 1.5A
Bundled VPN Client Sessions: 25
Remote Access VPN Policies: 500
Standards: NAT, DNS, RIPv1/v2, TCP/IP, UDP,
ICMP, HTTP, HTTPS, IPSec, ISAKMP/IKE, SNMP,
DHCP, PPPoE, L2TP, PPTP, RADIUS
Firewall Nodes: Unrestricted
Environment:
Temperatures 40 - 105o F, (5-40o C)
Relative Humidity 10-90% noncondensing
Concurrent Connections: 128,000
Operational Altitude: 0 to 13,123 ft. (4000m)
VPN Performance: 75 Mbps 3DES and AES
Power Consumption: Nominal 100W
Certifications: ICSA Firewall, ICSA VPN, FIPS
(140-2 level 2)
Bundled Software: IPSec VPN
Hardware Failover (optional)
Major Regulatory Compliance:
EMC: FCC Class A, ICES Class A, CE, C-tick,
VCCI, BSMI, MIC, NOM
Safety: UL, cUL, TUV/GS
Operating System: SonicOS Standard
upgradeable to SonicOS Enhanced.
*Only one of the user-defined ports is available with SonicOS Standard. If you upgrade to SonicOS
Enhanced, additional ports are available for configuration.
**1,000 policies are included with SonicOS Enhanced.
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SonicWALL PRO 4060 Technical Specifications
Processor: Intel - 2GHz with dedicated security
ASIC
Dimensions: 17.00 x 13.00 x 1.75 inches
(43.13 x 33.02 x 4.45 cm)
RAM: 256 MB
Flash Memory: 64 MB Secure Compact Flash
Weight: 13.0 lb. (5.9 kg)
Interfaces:
(1) WAN 10/100 Base-T
(1) LAN 10/100 Base-T
(4)User-defined Ports
(1) Serial Port
LEDs:
Status (Power, Test, Alarm)
LAN (link, 100, activity)
WAN (link, 100, activity)
Firewall Performance: up to 300 Mbps
Site to Site VPN Policies: 3,000
Power: 100V to 240VAC
50-60 Hz 1.5A
Bundled VPN Client Sessions: 1,000
Remote Access VPN Policies: 3,000
Standards: NAT, DNS, RIPv1/v2, TCP/IP, UDP,
ICMP, HTTP, HTTPS, IPSec, ISAKMP/IKE, SNMP,
DHCP, PPPoE, L2TP, PPTP, RADIUS
Firewall Nodes: Unrestricted
Environment:
Temperatures 40 - 105o F (5-40o C)
Relative Humidity 10-90% noncondensing
Concurrent Connections: 500,000
Operational Altitude: 0 to 13,123 ft. (4000m)
VPN Performance: 190 Mbps (3DES and AES)
Power Consumption: Nominal 100W
Certifications: ICSA Firewall, ICSA VPN, FIPS
(140-2 level 2)
Bundled Software: IPSec VPN, Hardware Failover
Major Regulatory Compliance:
EMC: FCC Class A, ICES Class A, CE, C-tick,
VCCI, BSMI, MIC, NOM
Safety: UL, cUL, TUV/GS
Operating System: SonicOS Enhanced
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Appendix
SafeMode - Rebooting the SonicWALL
SafeMode allows easy firmware and preferences management as well as quick recovery from uncertain
configuration states. It is no longer necessary to reset the firmware by pressing and holding the Reset
button on the appliance. Pressing the Reset button for one second launches the SonicWALL into
SafeMode. SafeMode allows you to select the firmware version to load and reboot the SonicWALL.
The Firmware Management table has the following columns:
• Firmware Image - In this column, four types of firmware images are listed: Current Firmware,
firmware currently loaded on the SonicWALL; Current Firmware with Factory Default Settings,
rebooting using this firmware image resets the SonicWALL to its default IP addresses, user name,
and password; Uploaded Firmware, the last version uploaded from mysonicwall.com; and System
Backup, a firmware image created by clicking Create Backup.
• Version - The firmware version is listed in this column.
• Date - The day, date, and time of downloading the firmware.
• Size - The size of the firmware file in Megabytes (MB).
• Download - Clicking the icon saves the firmware file to a new location on your computer or network.
Only uploaded firmware can be saved to a different location.
• Boot - Clicking the icon reboots the SonicWALL with the firmware version listed in the same row.
Note! Clicking Boot next to any firmware image overwrites the existing current firmware image making it
the Current Firmware image.
Updating Firmware Manually
Click Upload New Firmware to upload new firmware to the SonicWALL. Save the file to your desired
location. This file becomes the Uploaded Firmware image.
Creating a Backup Firmware Image
When you click Create Backup, the SonicWALL takes a “snapshot” of your current system state,
including firmware and preferences, and makes it the new System Backup firmware
Documentation Available on our Web site
The SonicWALL documentation library, <http://www.sonicwall.com/support/
sonicwall_documentation.html> has the following documents available for download in pdf format:
•
SonicWALL SonicOS Enhanced Administrator’s Guide
•
SonicWALL SonicOS Standard Administrator’s Guide
•
SonicWALL PRO Series Quick Start Guide
•
SonicWALL PRO 2040 FAQ
•
SonicWALL PRO 3060 and 4060 FAQ
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Notes
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