Cisco ASA Configuration Help Required - Security Levels

Basically need a host in a lower level vlan to be able to access a host at the end of a VPN link that is running from another vlan which is at a higher level. Just need to know what config I need to do this. i have attached a diagram to show what I would like to achieve

Current setup of network
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fgasimzadeConnect With a Mentor Commented:
access-list extended permit tcp  host 192.168.200.2 eq 3277 tcp host 192.168.200.2 eq 3277

Apply this access list to ASA interface with security level 50 (192.168.200.0)

Do you have any NAT configured on ASA between these interfaces? If yes, you would need an exempt

You would also need to add 192.168.200.0 subnet to the encrypted subnets on VPN device
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InteraXConnect With a Mentor Commented:
For this, I've assuming you have the VPN in place. Do you implicitly trust the VPN traffic?

On the firewall closest to the host initiating the traffic, you will need to create an ACE on the interface the traffic arrives on to allow the traffic through.

If you implicitly trust VPN traffic at both ends, that's it. If you don't implicitly trust VPN traffic, you will need to create a matching ACE on the remote firewalls VPN interface.
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