Here is what you can actually do: for example if you would like to move line 10 to line 2, you would do the following:
no access-list Outside_access_in line 10 extended permit udp *********
access-list Outside_access_in line 2 extended permit udp *********
Basically, it will remove line 10, and slot line 10 that you just remove to line 2. Unfortunately you have to remove that line of ACL and configure it back on the line number that you wish. There is no moving from line# blah to line# blah feature unfortunately.
On the Router platform you can issue the command ip access-list resequence access-list Outside_access_in and the access-list is resequenced line 10, 20, 30 etc, without manually moving all of the statements. I was hoping there would be a similar command on the ASA platform to save any "finger trouble"
Just type the command you want, it will overwrite it, and shunt the rest down the sequence.
so ACL reads: access-list OUT line 1 extended permit tcp any any access-list OUT line 2 extended permit icmp any any access-list OUT line 3 extended permit udp any any
write the line:
access-list OUT line 1 extended deny ip any any
Will insert, and put rest down.
access-list OUT line 1 extended deny ip any any (hitcnt=0) 0x05e95084 access-list OUT line 2 extended permit tcp any any (hitcnt=435134) 0xa4336395 access-list OUT line 3 extended permit icmp any any (hitcnt=985912) 0x754589b8 access-list OUT line 4 extended permit udp any any (hitcnt=196421) 0x4e49d000
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