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Hello.  I have a Sonic Wall TZ200, "Sonic Wall A" with an x0 (LAN) subnet of 192.168.3.1.  I have several computers connected to this subnet.  I have x2 on "Sonic Wall A" set up with and IP of 192.168.104.200 and I route that to another Sonic Wall TZ200, "Sonic Wall B" to the x2 port with an IP address of 192.168.104.100.  This is working fine and from any computer on "Sonic Wall A" 192.168.3.1 subnet I can manage "Sonic Wall B" using the 192.168.104.100 ip address.    

What I am now having trouble with is completing the connection from "Sonic Wall B" x2 (192.168.104.100) to "Sonic Wall B" x0 (192.168.103.1) with the ultimate intention of being to access a Network Video Recorder (NVR) with an IP of 192.168.103.25.

Sonic Wall A:
  address objects:
    Camera LAN             192.168.103.000/255.255.255.000  Network   LAN
    Camera NVR             192.168.103.025/255.255.255.255  Host         LAN
    x2 Camera TZ200    192.168.104.100/255.255.255.255  Host          LAN

 Services Groups:
    NVR Ports: NVR Mobile Port Access, NVR Port Access, NVR Video Port Access

 Services:
    NVR Mobile Port Access    TCP    8000     8003
    NVR Port Access                 TCP    9000     9003
    NVR Video Port Access      TCP    10081  10081

 Routing:
    Source: Any  Destination: Camera LAN  Service: Any  TOS: Any  Gateway: x2 Camera TZ200  Interface: x2  Metric: 20  Priority: 6

Sonic Wall B:
 Address Objects:
    RDC LAN             192.168.003.000/255.255.255.000   Network   LAN
    x2 RDC TZ200    192.168.104.200/255.255.255.255   Host          LAN

Services Groups:
    NVR Port Access: Camera Management Port, Camera Mobile Port Access, Camera Video Port Access
 
Services:
    Camera Video Port Access                   TCP    8000     8003
    Camera Mobile Port Access                 TCP    9000     9003
    Camera Management Port Access      TCP   10081  10081

Routing:
    Source             Destination            Service          TOS/Mask          Gateway          Interface          Metric         Priority
               Any                  RDC LAN                 Any                  Any               2 RDC TZ200          x2                      7                   2
               RDC LAN            Any                       Any                  Any               2 RDC TZ200          x2                      10                 5
               Any                     Any                       Any                  Any               2 RDC TZ200          x2                      1                   6
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is this the same thread as https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/29015554/sharing-subnet-on-sonicwall.html#a42097724

x2 Camera TZ200    192.168.104.100/255.255.255.255  Host          LAN
should be zone Camera, not LAN

this is an incorrect route
RDC LAN            Any                       Any                  Any               2 RDC TZ200          x2                      10                 5
please remove this
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