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Juniper nat vpn to Sonicwall

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i have a juniper ssg140 and trying to setup a site-site vpn with a sonicwall pro. We have overlapping subnet so we need to configure NAT. Example:
Juniper side is 192.168.1.x with current remote office at 192.168.2.x
Sonicwall side is 192.168.2.x as well.
Want to translate the Sonicwall side using 172.16.1.x. So juniper proxy id has localip: 192.168.1.x, remoteip: 172.16.1.x. Policies match this as well.
Have proposals & ip's matching, but have questions on:
1)the proxy id on the juniper, i don't know what it has to match on the sonicwall
2)what to the policies on the sonicwall have to be
3)what does the local & remote Ike on sonicwall have to match on the juniper
4)I read that the 'Name' of the SA on the sonicwall has to match the 'local id' on the juniper, true?
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figured it out. important parts are localid on juniper=sa name on sonicwall, proxy id on juniper=netowrk policy on sonicwall. important that policies and networks are setup properly
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