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Sonicwall TZ205 Site-to-Site VPN Configuration

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I have two locations, and two subnets at each location


Location 1
WAN1 - DHCP
WAN2 - Static
LAN1- Data
LAN2 - Voice (10.10.2.0/24)

Location 2
WAN1 - DHCP
WAN2 - Static
LAN1- Data
LAN2 - Voice (10.10.1.0/24)

I have the WAN2 connections ONLY for the purpose of linking the two VOICE subnets together.

How can I go about specifying that the Site-to-Site VPN will use WAN2 while all other Data goes through WAN1?

I have no need to link the data networks. This seems like something that should be simple but maybe not... Thanks in advance for any help you can offer!
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Edit the VPN policy, select the "Advanced" tab and under the "WAN Policy bound to" dropdown box, select your "WAN2" interface.

That should force the VPN tunnel to be active only on your "WAN2" interface.
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Thanks!! Missed that field. Working now.
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