Create a NAT policy in Central Site to translate traffic from Remote Site
Create a NAT Policy to translate the Source IP of traffic from the Remote Site to X1 IP of the Central SonicWall.
Navigate to Manage | Policies | Rules | NAT policies. Click Add to open the add NAT policy window and set up as shown below and click OK to create this NAT policy.
Go ahead and configure the Remote Site SonicWall.
Navigate to VPN | Base Settings and create the VPN policy for Remote site. You can name the policy as VPN to Central Network.
Select Network tab and under Local Networks you can chose X0 Subnet. Under Remote Networks, select Use this VPN Tunnel as default route for all Internet traffic.
Bring up the Tunnel.
We will initiate traffic from one site of the tunnel to the other by pinging an IP of a host behind the Central Site.Navigate to Investigate | Tools | System Diagnostics | under Diagnostics Tools, select Ping.
Ping Lan interface of Central Site SonicWall.
Test if it is possible to go online by pinging 220.127.116.11.
Resolution for SonicOS 6.2 and Below
The below resolution is for customers using SonicOS 6.2 and earlier firmware. For firewalls that are generation 6 and newer we suggest to upgrade to the latest general release of SonicOS 6.5 firmware.