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Cisco ASA Client Access VPN access and routing

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I currently have my Cisco ASA setup with Client Access VPN. Its setup and working correctly I can access all the inside subnets without any issue. My one issue is I am unable to log into the Cisco VPN Access and go over site to site vpn tunnels and unable to ping anything inside. I am able to ping anything inside and the ASA without an issue. I currently have an ASA 5512x
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You need to add your remote subnet to access-lists and crypto map access list of the vpn site-to-site tunnel and make sure routing is set up correctly
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I currently have that setup where the subnet of the VPN IP range is configured to be allowed on both sides of the vpn tunnel.
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can you post configs pls
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No longer an issue. We started using vyatta handling firewall and vpn routing.
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