Re: ACE - need help implementing basic parameter map
Try changing the class-map from "type match-all" to "type match-any". Match all implies both statments need to be true. The match-any is probably what you want. Either of the ACL statements can be true.
Also try to apply the policy globally instead of the interfaces, simplifying the config might help as well.
access-list TCP-Timeout-Group line 10 extended permit ip 10.221.178.0 0.0.0.255 any
access-list TCP-Timeout-Group line 20 extended permit ip any 10.221.178.0 0.0.0.255
class-map match-any TCP-Timeout-Class
match access-list TCP-Timeout-Group
parameter-map type connection TCP-Parameter-Map
set timeout inactivity 0
policy-map multi-match TCP-Timeout-Out-Policy
connection advanced-options TCP-Parameter-Map
service policy input TCP-Timeout-Out-Policy <- apply it globally
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