I'm cleaning up an old PIX network config, which was transferred to a new ASA 5520 w/IPS. My question is how to determine what acl's are currently being used? I have 3 that are named: INSIDE, inside, & inside_acl, along with several others which I've listed below. However, I only see 2 access-group statements, inside and outside, both lowercase.
I thought acl's had to be applied to an interface to be active? Does spelling case matter, upper or lower?
How can I tell if these others are actually in use?
Can an acl be applied to something other than an interface, such as a crpto map?
access-group inside in interface Inside
access-group outside in interface Outside