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We are converting from an old PIX to a SonicWalll 2400 which is using Enhanced OS

Our current Pix has an IP address of 10.10.0.2
We have a VOIP phone system.

Our Data Network has an IP address schema  of 10.10.0.xxx with the gateway of 10.10.0.1 residing on a layer three switch

Our Voice Network (VOIP)  has an IP address schema of 10.10.2.xxx with the gateway of 10.10.0.2 residing on the layer three switch.  

We have a command in the pix to route the traffic "Route Inside 10.10.2.0 255.255.255.0 10.10.2.1 1" which we are trying to covert over to our SonicWall.


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In sonicwall enhanced, you create objects for each subnet or device, and add a rule under network> routes that sends that object out on a specific interface, to your gateway (which is also an object)

Objects are created under network> objects

So, you create an object that is 10.10.2.0, name it VOIP.
create the rule, (policy) so that VOIP goes to whichever interface, and the gateway is 10.10.2.1(or whatever the next hop is after the interface)

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