I have 2 locations that an outside vendor has created a vpn for. Both sides have Cisco routers, and I can ping both routers via the vpn IPs, but cannot get to either lan. The physical layout is as follows:
Location 1 Lan --> ASA5510 ---> Outside Vendor Cisco Router (configured vpn to other Outside Vendor Cisco Router) ---> Internet ---> Outside Vendor Cisco Router (configured vpn to other Outside Vendor Cisco Router) ---> Location 2 Lan
What statements do I need to add to the ASA5510, to allow the established vpn to access Location 1 Lan, from Location 2 Lan?
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