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Old 12-15-2008
port access to site to site VPN

Setup a site to site VPN between two cisco routers.

One of the site locations is unable to access ports such as

How do I let them go into port 9001?

They can ssh, ftp, telnet and everything else.

Is this a VPN issue or ACL access issue?

I put
permit ip host host

tried adding this
permit tcp host host
but nothing

so they should be able to access???Smilie

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