I have a site-to-site IPSEC VPN running between a 5510(HQ) and 5505(Remote). All is working on the tunnel. Crypto maps and ACLs are symmetrical. I see the tunnel is up for the required subnets. However I cannot ping from internal subnets inside 5510 to remote LAN inside 5505 and vice-versa. I have other VPN spokes to 5510 where I can ping inside x.x.x.x from remote LAN with success. Can figure out what I am missing. I can ping internet items but cannot ping HQ.
Also I am a now learning the ASAs so I am not an expert. I do know that I am allowing ICMP from outside. Both my NONAT statement and crypto map are running off same object group that lists the HQ subnets.
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NAT-T works. Background: ESP encrypts all critical information,
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