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We have two Sonicwalls on the same LAN subnet - 192.168.44.0.  One is configured as 192.168.44.252 (SW1) and the other as 192.168.44.254 (SW2).  

Need to create a static route from our Wireless subnet (172.16.0.0) which is setup on SW1 to a subnet on SW2 (10.10.20.0).  Have done this with computers setup on X0 using SW1 as their gateway to reach SW2 subnets.

Here is how I entered the route on SW1:

Source (X4:40) ---- Destination (10.10.20.0) ---- Service (Any) ---- Gateway (192.168.44.254) ---- Interface (X0) ---- Metric (10)

Zones for X4 and X0 are both LAN and Trusted, Firewall access LAN---LAN is set Any --- Any.

***Another static route I have setup on SW1 that works is:

Source (X0) ---- Dest (10.10.20.245) ---- Service (HTTP) ---- Gateway (192.168.44.254) ----- Interface (X0)

This allows any computer on the X0 subnet (using SW1 as it's Default Gateway) to access http://10.10.20.245 through SW2.

Technically, this should be any different....

Any thoughts?

-Bill
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is there a route back on the sw2 ?
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Source (10.10.20.0) ---- Destination (172.16.0.0) ---- Service (Any) ---- Gateway (192.168.44.252)
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Do not have a visual window into SW2, that is managed by a third party.  Think that what's missing?
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yes that is what you are missing.
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Ok thanks!
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glad to be of service
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