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Managed a Firewall ASA through a tunnel IPSEC

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Hi
I would like to connect on my Firewall ASA in SSH through a tunnel IPSEC
Do you know if it's possible.
At the moment I can connect on the Outside Interface. But I want to use the tunnel IPSEC I have with my Firewall. With A PIX it's working from my office I can connect  on the Inside interface (Connection pas through the tunnel IPSEC). But it's not working with the new Firewall.
I would like to know if it's block now?
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It is not blocked.  You need to allow for the tunneled IP range to access ssh on the firewall.   IF you would post the sanitized config, I could take a look for you.
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ssh <ip network address of vpn clients> <subnet maskt> inside

Then you'll be able to connect to the inside interface through the tunnel.
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