Site A: 192.168.200.0
Sonicwall Pro 2040 with a site to site VPN to site B (only the 192.168.175.0 network connected)
Site B: 192.168.175.0
Sonicwall NSA 240 (192.168.175.253). This Sonicwall is only used to scan traffic, all routing is done from a Cisco router (192.168.175.1) sitting behind it. The router is used to connect to remote branches on different subnets. I want to make it so that I am able to see those remote subnets from site A: through site B: (ie 192.168.123.0)
I created a route in the site A sonicwall that says 192.168.123.0 traffic point to 192.168.175.1 (its pingable) WAN zone. I still can't see it. If I add to connectable networks in the VPN setup, the VPN never establishes.
How can I make 192.168.123.0 reachable?
Hmm... come to think of it, perhaps I need to contact the cisco guy and ask him to add a route that says all traffic from 192.168.200.0 pass to the NSA 240?