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Cisco Site to Site VPN only connecting one way?

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Good Morning Experts,

I have a problem and I am hoping you can help me.  I am not a cisco person but am getting through and figured out a lot so far, but I am stuck.

We set up a Site to Site VPN through Cisco Asdm to what will be our cloud site.  From our internal network, I can ping the private ip address to our server which is on the cloud.  From the cloud server I cannot ping anything back on our internal network.  I feel like something is still blocked?

Have we done everything on our end to make this work?

I am not sure what else I am missing or where to look.  Any advice is appreciated.

We are on version 7.1.

Thank you,

Karen
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I can ping the private ip address to our server which is on the cloud
Since ping can go to remote server and back I can assume that tunnel, route and encryption are OK. If any of those are not OK you wouldn't be able to ping private address.
I feel like something is still blocked?
My guess is that you block access on your side. Check your ACL.
Also do traceroute to cloud server to be sure that path is OK (that it is not address from some other part of your network). :)
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This sounds like an access-list issue to me. Can you post your access-list?
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Thank you everyone it was in the ACL list.  I am able to connect and added the system to the domain successfully :)  I am having a issue promoting the server to domain controller but I will post that in another thread.

Thank you so much.
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