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ASA 5505 and time range acls

I have an acl with a defined time range. This works, but it seems that if a connection is enabled at the time, it doesn't break the connection when the time allowed is reached. Is this normal? Is it supposed to keep established sessions up, or is there something else I can do to get them to drop.

(My kid is somewhat of a WoW addict.) ;-)

So, my next option would be to set up a cron job on his box to shut the system down at night..... :-)

Thanks!

John

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Re: ASA 5505 and time range acls

John

This is normal behaviour. Once the end time has been reached on a timed acl then no new connections are allowed to be initiated but existing connections will still be allowed through.

Jon

Re: ASA 5505 and time range acls

Thanks Jon...cronjob here I come :-)

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