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Route Spicified Traffic for Sonicwall VPN Client

Posted on 2014-03-12
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Hi Expert,

I have a remote user connecting to our office using Sonicwall Global VPN Client. We are using Sonicwall NSA 4500 in the office. One of our outsourced web server only accepts connection from white list public IP, so I need to route traffic for this user to the outsourced web server through our office’s public IP. The user then can send files to this web server using SSH Tectia File Transfer. What is the best practice?
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Here's what you need to do:
1) Modify the local users and add the outsource web server's IP to their VPN access networks
2) Add a static route that states traffic from the VPN network to the web server's IP goes out through your WAN interface
3) Ensure there's a NAT policy to translate the VPN network's internal IPs to your WAN interface's public IP (this should be configured by default)
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Thank you for your reply.

Try the first step but the outsource web server's IP is not allowed to add to the local user's VPN access networks. It seems the NSA does not accept a public IP. Are there any settings I have to work on before adding this address Object?
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Hi Expert,

The problem has not solved yet. Not knowing who accepted above solution.

Please advise how to add Public IP into local user's VPN access networks.
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