So I have a cisco ASA acting as a hub, and 2 additional ASA connecting to it.
Problem is I have issue with the spokes accessing each other. The issue is spoke A cannot access spoke B, but spoke B can access spoke A. If spoke B initiates the connection first, like ping an ip on spoke A, thne afterwards Spoke A can access spoke B until a period of inactivity.
Both spokes have no issue access the hub.
The only error I get on the hub is the follow message below.
IKE Initiator unable to find policy; Intf outside, Src: 192.168.1.199, Dst: 10.11.10.40
Any help or pointers would be greatly appreciated.
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