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Browse the web from colo site through the LAN firewall without web proxy?

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We would like to be able to, from the servers at our colo facility, browse the Internet using our home office LAN gateway (similar to how our home office PCs would browse).  In this scenario, traffic would have to flow from a colo server through the Cisco 1941 router located at the colo facility, across the point-to-point connection, and then through our SonicWall NSA 3500 at the home office.

There is no web proxy in the equation, so at this point I'm looking for some combination of routes to add to the Cisco and/or the colo servers and rules to add the SonicWall.  I will attempt to add some pertinent info below:

Colo Server
IP = 192.168.204.3
MASK = 255.255.255.0
GATEWAY = 192.168.204.1

Colo Router - Cisco 1941
Colo Interface IP = 192.168.204.1
P2P Interface IP = 192.168.100.1

SonicWall NSA 3500
Colo Interface IP = 192.168.100.2
WAN Interface IP = 207.188.246.188
LAN Interface IP = 192.168.200.200

I'm sure I've left out some necessary detail, so please help me fill in the gaps.  Any insight you can offer is greatly appreciated -- thanks!
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From the information you have given, I believe that you need a default static route on your colo router, pointing to the SonicWall NSA 3500 device:
ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 192.168.100.2
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NICE -- that did it.  THANK YOU!!
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