Sonicwall TZ210 Routing Policy

Adding a second WAN connection to (X2) a Sonicwall.  What routing policies must I create for all LAN (X0) traffic to use the WAN connection on X2?

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carlmdCommented:
What traffic do you want to send out the second interface? By default all traffic will go out the default WAN interface. To send some traffic out the second WAN, you need to define what traffic (http for example) is to go out that interface, and then set up the rules for that.

Can you provide a better explanation of what you want to do.
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WebccAuthor Commented:
Say I wanted to send all LAN traffic out X2 instead of X1 (default)?
Or if I create another LAN on X3, how to route all X3 traffic out X1 or X2?

Think I can accomplish this with NAT policies or routing assignments.  NAT policies appear to be the preferred method.  Please clarify.

Thanks.
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carlmdCommented:
You are correct, a NAT policy is the simplest method. For everything define the service as "All" or define specific services.

An example of using a NAT to do this might be if you have two isp's on two interfaces, and one goes down.
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