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access-list every month

Hi

How can I add the folllowing access-list to work once  every month for 24 hrs from 12am-12am on PIX-525-6.3 Version . I do not have ASDM installed on it so I need command line only.

access-list 102 permit ip host 16.19.x.y  host 10.32.1.25

Thanks

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Cisco Employee

Re: access-list every month

I am sorry, I didn't know you were running 6.3.

In 6.3 I don't thin you can achieve it except if you write a script that connects to the PIX and put the ACE there or do it manually.

PK

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Cisco Employee

Re: access-list every month

I don't think you can achieve it mothly. But you can use the time range option for the ACL

access-list 102 permit ip host 16.19.x.y  host 10.32.1.25 time-range test

time-range test

  periodic ...

Your option about the periodicity are

Friday     Friday
  Monday     Monday
  Saturday   Saturday
  Sunday     Sunday
  Thursday   Thursday
  Tuesday    Tuesday
  Wednesday  Wednesday
  daily      Every day of the week
  weekdays   Monday thru Friday
  weekend    Saturday and Sunday

You can't set a monthly option there though.

You can also use the absolute option instead of the periodic that give you the option to se the month. It should something like

time-range t

absolute start 00:01 1 January 2010 end 23:59 12 January 2010

absolute start 00:01 1 Feb 2010 end 23:59 12 Feb 2010

absolute start 00:01 1 March 2010 end 23:59 12 March 2010

...etc

So you can use one of those.

I hope it helps.

PK

Community Member

Re: access-list every month

Time-range is not available in this 6.3 version

Cisco Employee

Re: access-list every month

I am sorry, I didn't know you were running 6.3.

In 6.3 I don't thin you can achieve it except if you write a script that connects to the PIX and put the ACE there or do it manually.

PK

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