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ASA 5505 to Sonicwall NSA 2400 Site to Site VPN, no traffic

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i setup a site to site vpn between a ASA 5505 through ASDM and a sonicwall NSA 2400.  the tunnel says its up on both sides but i cant ping anything from either side.  is there some static route i need to put in on the ASA or both firewalls?  never really messed with Cisco firewalls before.  please help.
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Run show "crypto ipsec sa" on the ASA and check the encaps and decaps counts.

If you start a continuous ping that goes over the VPN, both of those counters should increment.



Also, can you provide the (santized) configurations for both devices?
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