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The setup:

Location 1 = L1
Location 2 = L2

L1 Computer [192.168.1.2]
L1 Sonicwall LAN Interface X0 [192.168.1.1]
L1 Sonicwall LAN Interface X2 [10.10.11.1]
L1 Adtran T1 Router [10.10.11.2]

L2 Adtran T1 Router [10.10.10.2]
L2 Sonicwall LAN Interface X2 [10.10.10.1]
L2 Sonicwall WLAN Interface X4 (Physical WAP) [192.168.8.1]
L2 Sonicwall WLAN Interface X4:V100 (WAP Virtual SSID) [192.168.9.1]
L2 Printer [192.168.9.3]

So as per above, the user on L1 Computer wants to print to L2 Printer.

I can target the 192.168.9.x subnet from L1 easily enough with a NAT policy like:

Source
    Original: Any
    Translated: Original

Destination
    Original: 192.168.9.x
    Translated: 10.10.10.1

Inbound Interface: Any
Outbound Interface: Any

However, I am failing to understand how to configure the NAT policy in L2 to redirect requests for X4:V100 / 192.168.9.x arriving on X2 / 10.10.10.1.

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The solution: Source Original: 192.168.1.x Translated: Original Destination Original: X2 IP [10.10.10.1] Translated: X4:V100 Subnet [192.168.9.x] Inbound Interface: X2 Outbound Interface: Any –  Earls Sep 28 '11 at 15:14
    
This actually turned out to be misconfigured Adtran routers. I was worried about messing with them due to not speaking Adtran, but they have a nice web GUI that allowed me to simply edit the routing table for success. My above solution "worked" to forward traffic, but caused a lot of other routing issues. –  Earls Oct 19 '11 at 15:26
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