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VPN Tunnel Open but Cannot Ping

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I have two cisco RV042 routers with public IP addresses.
vpn tunnel is open.

I can ping each router via the diagnostics tool,
but I cannot ping to the rest of the network from either end.

subnets are
192.168.25.0
192.168.86.0
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allow ICMP - ...ping from far router to far internal network....and do same for the near end also.
and forcefully alllow ping- between both the router
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