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FVS318G IPSEC VPN Tunnel

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I am working on creating a IPSEC VPN Tunnel between two buildings that are 300-400 yards away.   This was up and running with no problems for a few months.  Then all of sudden we lost communication.   I tested communication to each device from a third party and had no issues establishing the connection.  I have reset each device to factory defaults.   updated all firmware but still unable to ping IP on remote site.  The IPSEC tunnel is opened between building A and B but unable to ping any IP address either way.  
Any ideas are welcome
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On addition.  I have contact ISP and everything is fine on there end of course.   My next step is to replace both devices.
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bad router
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