We have acquired a small company which uses a Sonicwall PRO 1260 firewall and I have configured a Site-to-Site VPN tunnel from the Sonciwall to our Cisco ASA firewall. Behind the Cisco ASA firewall I have 8 different subnets. I have configured the VPN connection on the Sonicwall to use an Address Object Group which contains all the required subnets.
The VPN tunnel from Sonicwall to Cisco ASA establishes fine and I have full connectivity from the remote site to 'subnet 1'. From 'subnet 2' (and all others), the only traffic that gets through to the remote network is ICMP (ping), http and https.
I know this screams 'access rules' but I have spent hours pouring over the Sonicwall and can find no access rules that would cause all traffice except the services mentioned above to be blocked. The Sonicwall automatically creates access rules from LAN > VPN and VPN > LAN that say 'allow any host, any service, all the time' - these rules cannot be modified, deleted or deactivated (only by removing the VPN).
I have exactly the same configuration setup for 5 other remote sites using site-to-site VPN, connecting to the same Cisco ASA and everything works fine however those sites are using Fortigate firewalls so I'm sure this is related to the Sonicwall.
Question 1: Has anybody experienced the same issue and how did you resolve it?
Question 2: What command do I need to run via CLI on the Sonicwall to get a full text output of the running configuration?
Thanks in advance for any assistance.