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Erik

Hi,
very nice work.
I'm trying to get data packets over my "asa 5505 (8.4(1)) to ipcop 1.4.21 ipsec"-connection.
The tunnel is green, but pings and other data is not going thru the tunnel. The ipcop has BOT on it, and I set it to "permit any to any" so that there are no packets to be dropped/rejected (also on the asa).
Do you have an idea? How did you set routing/exempt rules or nat on the asa?
best regards
Erik

DW Hunter

Erik--

When I've seen this in the past, it's been many years, but when I've seen it - it's related to ACL "reflection"

Whatever you identify as interesting/ACL traffic on one side, needs to be reflected/mirrored on the other.

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