We have the tunnel up from our ASA to Azure. They are saying we are missing a rule to allowing traffic from their subnet (10.10.10.0/24) into our network. What rule would I have to create to allow this to work?
Have you configured policy-based(crypto map) on routing-based(VTI) VPN?
1. For crypto-map, ensure that in the crypto ACL (the one referenced in your crypto map) you have several entries to match on the traffic from your internal network to Azure, for VTI ensure all traffic to be secured is routed over the VTI.
2. Ensure this traffic is exempted from NAT
3. Ensure that if you applied a VPN filter at the group-policy level, it allows traffic
4. Do you have any ACL's applied globally or at the interface level? What is the output of "show run all sysops"?
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