Cisco RV320 Gateway to Gateway connected but not passing traffic

I have two Cisco RV320 routers located in two different offices.  I have successfully configured and have an active tunnel between the two.  Office A is 192.168.0.X and office B is 192.168.10.X.  The routers are set at x.x.x.254.  From office A I can browse to the router at office B using the internal IP's.  I cannot ping or contact any other device in office B. other that the router.
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Rob WilliamsCommented:
Might you have multiple routers at either site A or B.
When you ping the remote device it must have a return route to reply.  If the RV320's are the default gateway for all devices at both sites that is not a problem, but if not, you need to add static routes to the devices for the remote subnet.  Please advise, and if necessary we can explain how to add the static routes.
can you post representation of what your VPN is setup?

rv320 location A
peer address rv320 Location B
Local LAN:
Remote LAN:

RV320 Location B
Peer Address RV320 Location A
Local Lan:
remote LAN:

either or both location have static IPS?

The other possibility is that you have setup a remote VPN versus a site to site or your limiting of the netmask is what caused your situations that the devices can only talk between them and nothing else?

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RobAuthor Commented:
Issue has ben resolved.  Thanks for the feedback.
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Rob WilliamsCommented:
What was the solution?
RobAuthor Commented:
We're moving from one network to another and have both up and running parallel.  Switching devices to the correct Gateway on the other end solved it.
Rob WilliamsCommented:
As per my suggestion?  Glad to hear it is resolved.  Thanks for updating.
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