In an established IPSec VPN between a RVS4000 and IOS (2801), everything works great (RDP / UNC File Share / HTTP) - with the exception of SMTP and HTTPS.
I can do pretty much everything over the tunnel that I need, except attempting to send anything over port 25 or 443, it's getting destroyed in the tunnel.
I've completely disabled the firewall in the RVS4000 and on the IOS side, I just have an extended access list that permits the entire IP protocol. The tunnel works fine, as mentioned above, and stays up with no issues.
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