We have a Cisco 827-4V VPN Router with IOS ver. 12.2. We use this Router for several hardware to hardware VPN connections as well as software to hardware VPN connections. We just recently set up another Cisco Hardware to Hardware connection for a remote location and all had been working fine. Then the 827 router got re-booted. After it rebooted the new location began to have trouble accessing the resources on our LAN. They could Ping our servers and devices using the IP address or the Host name. We could ping their devices but could not print to any of their printers. They were unable to log into any of the applications including our Exchange email server. We narrowed the problem down to an Access-List entry. We found out by removing the Access-List in question and then re-applying it, things worked like they were suppose to. However, when we re-boot this router the problem re-occurs. The strange thing is this Access-List is still in place in the configuration, but doesn't work unless we remove it and re-apply it. The Access-List in question is number 130. This problem only affects the one remote location our other locations continue to work fine as well as any of our users who are accessing the network via a software VPN. I'm attaching the configuration, any help on solving this issue would be appreciated.