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ISA 2004 and SonicWall connectivity issue

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Hi all,
Keith_Alabaster assisted me previously in setting up an ISA server.  All is working well except that no outbound traffic is allowed in for mail, web, ftp or RDP and we host all these services on our network.  We have a SonicWall in place but it was mentioned earlier that :

The sonic will need to be told via a 'rule' that it should send ALL traffic to 10.0.0.2 so that the ISA can deal with it.

Could someone elaborate on what this means and EXACTLY what I need to do?  The IP on the external NIC is 192.168.21.2.  The SonicWall is 192.168.19.2.  The SonicWall deals with more than just this network so any help would be truly appreciated.  If I can get this part working, I think I'm done!

Thanks
WBSTech
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