VPN Tunnel between ASA and PIX - Tunnel forms but no LAN access for either
I'm running an ASA 7.2.1 and a PIX 6.3.5. I've posted my config for the ASA, as it's what's causing me grief. I can extablish the tunnel for an IPSEC VPN on both ends (i just used the vpn wizard on both devices). My devices on the pix end (192.168.1.0) able to gain access to the devices on the ASA end (10.184.0.0) however, when the 10.184.0.0 end tries to reply with packets, the ASA denies it giving a 2 Nov 02 2006 20:45:42 106006 10.184.196.64 192.168.1.20 Deny inbound UDP from 10.184.196.64/64039 to 192.168.1.20/49182 on interface connect. This is less than favorable. It occurs with ICMP, UDP and TCP traffic. Any help on letting these two LAN's chat would be much appreciated.
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