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Connecting 2 locations with SonciWall 3500 nsa's

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We have 2 locations that have SonicWalls 3500 NSA's and need to share LAN resources between the sites.  We have a mpls connection between the two sites.  How would we configure the SonicWalls to route all LAN requests accross the mpls connection and all other requests through their local ISP connection.  Both sites have an internet connection.  We have just established the mpls connection between the 2 sites.
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This is usually done with a VPN between the two firewalls.  Here's a step by step how to do that:

http://www.firewalls.com/blog/sonicwall-ssl-vpn-configure/
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