I have an additional sonic wall router that is setup for two separate subnets. I have a fiber to Ethernet converted connected to the wan port. I have the other side of the fiber connected to a Cisco switch on my existing network. I need to allow internet traffic out to one of my existing public ips (which i have the static configured on my Sonicwall). How do I setup the switch port to “bypass” or go out to my existing Cisco router. I hope I make sense of this.
You gateway should be the SonicWALL...I'm not sure why it is not. If you have multiple WAN connections you'd plug them into X1, X2, X3 and so on. From there you can route to your Core/Distribution switches independently with Security Contexting. Even if you have diverse subnets it doesn't matter they should all go through the SonicWALL otherwise you are essentially circumventing your own security. Routers and firewalls are not the same.
Does that make sense?