Client <> Site <> WAN - How to?
Prospective question here from a networking amateur. I'm trying to figure out how to route a connection through our on-prem firewall, to a cloud IP that's externally facing. The cloud firewall is set to accept incoming traffic from our office ext. IP.
I'm trying to create a NAT policy that takes the incoming connection from a home worker (fixed external IP), routes that through the firewall and back out with out external IP, so as to be allowed for cloud ingress.
I think this might be the wrong approach, as when the user connects, they get given 10. address.
I didn't think I would need to add an incoming rule for the cloud provider, as this is browser traffic and we allow http & https. Am I wrong here?
I should mention this is a split tunnel. I know I could switch to full for the required users, but they already have bandwidth issues.
We use NetExtender and the SonicWall is the TZ700 (6.5).
Any help appreciated, I just can't think of the best way to approach and my limited knowledge of sonicwall is letting me down.