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Vpn Thunnel not allowed to ping either side.

Hello, i created a vpn thunnel between site A and Site B. The thunnel shows to be active but i am not able to ping from either side to the other. The ip address schemes are different. Any ideas what i am missing. Site A is using a sonic firewall for vpn and Site B is using a cisco router.

any ideas what to do next would be great help.
Thanks in advance.
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jamyoung
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shubhanshu_jaiswalCommented:
do you see any logs on the firewall...
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jamyoungAuthor Commented:
I check the logs does i not see any logs for that thunnel.
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shubhanshu_jaiswalCommented:
when you are pinging the host on firewall side from host on router side....did u see any logs on firewall for the host on router side...
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shubhanshu_jaiswalCommented:
have u specified the interesting traffic on both the side....
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jamyoungAuthor Commented:
Yeah when i ping the host i do not see any logs at all. and i have specified the interesting traffic on both sides.
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shubhanshu_jaiswalCommented:
just filter the logs coming for router end Public ip address on your firewall...
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SIM50Commented:
Are you allowing ICMP protocol through the tunnel?
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jamyoungAuthor Commented:
Honestly dont know. but i have setup other tunnel to other site with no problems on the same firewall router.
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jamyoungAuthor Commented:
Problem was resolved turned out i had to modify access-list no_nat extended permit on the cisco side.
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jamyoungAuthor Commented:
put me in correct directions but not complete soultion.
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