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Problems accessing a subnet

Hi,

I'm using the ASA5505 at our remote sites to connect back to one of our office facilities. The office has a Juniper SSG520M and I can create vpns between this and the ASA5505 and everything works fine. However I have a number of sites that need to access a workstation at the office that is sitting on a different subnet and I just can't get the traffice to it.

When I trace the address in packet tracer it get dropped at the vpn stage but in the vpn rules I'm allowing both subnets. how can I configure this ?

summary:

remote site: 192.168.200.0 range needs to access both subnets at the office

Office: 192.168.253.0 and 192.168.1.0 ranges

Juniper is on the 192.168.253.0 range, other remote sites with netscreen 5gt can access both subnets with no issues.

How can I configure the ASA5505 to allow access to both subnets ?

Hope this makes sense.

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