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In a SMB 700 Series, How to internet access from a Remote Office in a routing enviroment (no VPN) .
The remote office have a simple router and connect to the main office through data link. SMB appliance have the outgoing Internet
In the SMB appliance i write a static route to the remote office.
In the 700 you need to create an access rule that allows the traffic, also make sure that the Hide NAT is enabled for this network (unless you have a gateway based NAT defined).
Now you need to add a route in the 700 for the other locations network with the routers IP as the next hop.
On the remote location you need to make sure that there is a default route to the central location, so the router in the remote location is the site's default gateway and in the link between remote and central there is also a default route pointing to the central site. Then last but not least the default from the router on the central site to the 700.
Does the data link to the remote office use one of the external interfaces (WAN or DMZ)?
It must be connected to a LAN interface (or DMZ configure as internal).