VPN Not Completing Phase 2

Need Assistance troubleshooting Phase 2 of VPN; doesn't look like it's completing the Phase. It does state on the ASA that it completes Phase 1, but reviewing the attached screenshot (minus IPs) Phase 2 is having issues.

Pinging Internal Network from external Firewall thru VPN (using internal network IPs)

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Craig BeckCommented:
Check the ACL which defines the subnets allowed at the local and remote end of the VPN.
Spt_UsAuthor Commented:
Thanks; I did that and it seems to have been the issue. i.e. I am allowing icmp, tcp, ip, udp. Question is; this is a site to site; the other side needs to access files, application and domain on this side. I do not see the 'errors; that i was seeing prior;  what's my next step. Do I need to NAT or Forward the address / vpn to a certain 'server' for this.
Craig BeckCommented:
If you have a site-to-site there's pure routing, so no NAT required.  If the ACL is permitting IP traffic each way you should be fine.
Spt_UsAuthor Commented:
Right now I am routing to .0 for networks; do I need to route to static IPs on servers since they (the site) only needs access to certain things... I appreciate the help; this has been so helpful.
Craig BeckCommented:
If the server at site A uses the router at site A as its default gateway, and the clients at site B use the router at site B as their default gateway it should all just work.

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