I've got a one person office using an ASA5505 in NEM. This ASA5505 connects to an ASA5520 at the office. My understanding is that I should be able to connect to any device on the LAN side of the ASA5505 from the LAN side of the ASA5520. I am not able to initiate a connection to any devices from the LAN side of the ASA5520 to the LAN side of the ASA5505. The LAN side of the ASA5505 is able to connect to devices on the LAN side of the 5520. However, if I have a PC on the LAN side of the ASA5505 ping my computer (on the LAN side of the ASA5520), I am able to connect. Essentially, the tunnel only seems to work one way. The logs on the ASA5520 show that it accepts pings on the LAN side but the ASA5505 doesn't receive the ping requests at all. I do have a route to the subnet of the LAN side of the ASA5505 on the default gateway on the LAN side of the 5520. What am I missing?
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