Quick flick through there are several things wrong. Firstly access lists configured on A appear to be wrong (11.1177.190 is not a valid IP address) secondly the outbound access list is not applied to an interface.
Secondly the Outbound access list (applied on inside interface) will need to contain the IP address of the remote internal network. e.g. access-list outbound permit ip 192.168.0.0 255.255.255.0 192.168.1.0 255.255.255.0. Same with the access list on B. It is not applied to interface and needs reconfiguring.
I have not checked the cryptomap config etc as the fact you got the tunnels up it seems to be working.
So (correct me if I am wrong) the VPN tunnels ARE working. And you can ping from PCs on the subnets across the VPN to PCs on the other subnets. It is just pinging from the PIX to the other PIX through the GUI?
If this is the case it could be to do with the IP address the pings are coming from. You can select which address to source the pings from. Have you tried changing this? It could well be sending the pings out but using an IP address that will not be sent across the VPN tunnel.
I would clear the crypto SAs and then initialise some pings etc. Run the command "show crypto ipsec sa" and it will give you information on the number of packets encrypts and decrypts etc. If these counters are not increasing the traffic is not going over the VPN tunnels and it is likely to be a problem with something such as an access list.
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