I had a situation where traffic needed to be blocked from one subinterface on the ASA to another, Security-level was setup the same with appropriate NAT and intra security level permissions. The thing was that the ACL needed to be placed signifying source port as opposed to destination port. When i applied the ACL to the subinterface i wanted to secure, nothing worked. I then checked ASDM and the output looked strange (no source ports were being listed).
I guess my question is can you limit traffic by source ports on an ASA using extended access-lists inbound to a subinterface that will scrutinize traffic
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