Sonicwall TZ210 specific LAN to WAN routing

Greetings,
I have a Sonicwall TZ210 with 2 WAN connections (different ISPs). I need to specifically route all Internet traffic from one of our servers on the LAN side of the Sonicwall to one of the  designated WAN connections and have it only utilize that one specified WAN connection.
Any information / instructions on configuring this type of setup is appreciated.
Thank you.
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Wayne88Commented:
You can you create an address object based on specific IP or range of IP address then create a routing policy to for this address object to route by X2 instead of X1.  

Go to the Routing tab > Create a new Routing Policy from that one IP address or IP range will egress through the X2 interface.
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carlmdCommented:
Given that you have two WAN interfaces you already have an X1 Default Gateway. All you have to do is add a route (Network -> Routing) that directs traffic on port 80 and 443 via the X1 gateway.

Add a new route, for Source it would be your LAN or any subset you have defined, Destination is Any, Service is HTTP, Gateway is X1 Default Gateway, Interface is X1, and that would do it. Repeat the same thing except substitute HTTPS for HTTP and add a second one.

Test and it should be working.
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COM1Author Commented:
Perfect!....worked as stated.
Thank you carlmd & Wayne88 for your time and expertise.
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Wayne88Commented:
Glad to be a help.  Cheers!
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