Router B vpn tunnel to RouterA then nat out to Server on 2nd Wan link
I have a Router(A)with 2xwan link, RouterB would tunnel Site2Site to Router A wan link 2 then nat out to wan link 1 to access a call manager . Wan link 2 is also the Pat interface for internal user to surf internet.
The tunnel is built successfully , Encrypted packet can be seen from siteB lan to call manager ip but there's no return packet(decrypted). Any tips how should I go about this.
Re: Router B vpn tunnel to RouterA then nat out to Server on 2nd
This could be the result of mismatching interesting traffic. If the ACL that defines the interesting traffic for IPSec do not mirror each other, then traffic could be encrypted from one end to the other, but the return packet may not be encrypted and will be dropped at the receiving end.
Use the "show cry ipsec sa" command to see the details.
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