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Cisco 2600 to Cisco 2600 VPN Connection

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I have a Cisco 2600 router connected to 7 other 2600 routers via a IPSEC Vpn connection.  All of the tunnels are established.  4 of the tunnesl are passing traffic which therefore allows my Win 2003 servers to replicate properly.  I have the remaining three tunnels that are connected but not passing traffic between via the tunnel.  I checke the configs of the satellite routers and they are identical except for one thing.  The working routers show the source of the VPN connection being the router at the main office.  The ones that aren't working show the satellite router as being being the source of the VPN connection, which is why I think they are connected but not passing traffic.  The routers are running 12.2 IOS on them.

Please advise.

Thanks,

Jvandeway
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>>>The working routers show the source of the VPN connection being the router at the main office.  The ones that aren't working show the satellite router as being being the source of the VPN connection, which is why I think they are connected but not passing traffic

--> Are you referring to the source IP when doing the command "sh crypto isa sa"?

When you do "sh crypto ipsec sa" do you see any encrypt or decrypt?

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oops, sorry didn't mean to close the ticket.
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ok I got the vpn tunnels up (with some help from a friend) but on one of the routers VPN works fine, but it isn't passing traffic from the inside of the network to the outside.  i can access the router remotely from the outside and ping both a website and an internal IP address.

here is my route on the router: 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 isp.gateway.ip.address

i thought that is what would send internet traffic to the outside... any ideas?
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