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Routing between two different networks

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We have a network setup on the following network

192.168.0.XXX

We are utilizing a Sonicwall Firewall TZ Series for internet routing.  We had a video system installed with 40 camera's.  The camera's are on the 192.168.43.XXX network.  We need to get the two networks to see each other.  I have never setup anything like this before so if someone can point me in the right direction, i would appriciate it.

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What model # is your TZ?

On the 180/190 series, you can view the instructions by clicking on link below, and go to page 225:

http://www.sonicwall.com/downloads/SonicOS_Enhanced_4.0_TZ_180_190_Administrators_Guide.pdf

You should be looking to program a static route between your networks.
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It is a TZ 215, does that matter.  Do the instructions still apply
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What other network devices do you have other than the Sonicwall? Switches, routers, etc. And, what brand and model number?
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