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Sonicwall NSA 4600 migration from Cisco Pix 515E

Pix 515E
E0 - AT&T Triple-Bonded T1Internet Connection (2 Class C assigned to this Circuit by AT&T 1.1.1.1 and 1.1.2.1)
E1 - Charter Cable Modem (2.2.2.2)
E2 – LAN (192.168.0.0)
E3 – DMZ (10.10.1.1)

E0 - Incoming Email, FTP, WWW, OWA, OMA (ActiveSync)
E1 – Outgoing Email, Internet Access

Internet Failover E1 is Primary and E0 is secondary

I first used Sonicwall's migration tool to build the base config.

The problem i am facing is that I cannot use both internet connection if i just use the AT&T connection everything is functioning just fine. I want to use the cable modem for internet but as soon i connect it it kills the AT&T connection.

Do i need to create a custom zone for the ATT connection? Right now I have two WAN connections assigned to the WAN Zone. It seems that i cannot have both of those active. I am sure it is possible; i just don't know the correct configuration for these interfaces.

All i want to do is have the ATT and Charter connections both active at the same time. Use the Charter interface as the primary internet connection and the ATT and the failover. Plus all the FTP. WWW, OMA,and OWA to come in on the ATT interface.This is how i had it setup on the PIX.
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carlmdCommented:
Under Network, can you post a sanitized version of the Interfaces page.

Also, what have you configured on the Failover & LB tab?
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csltAuthor Commented:
I will post tomorrow morning.
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csltAuthor Commented:
I figured it out without support's assistance
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csltAuthor Commented:
The migration tool that sonicwall's provides added two routing statements that force X2 interface to be the default. So removed those statements and everything started to function how I wanted it to.
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