Checkpoint to ASA Conversion (negate ability in Checkpoint)
I am in the middle of a Checkpoint to ASA conversion and so far it's gone pretty well.
My current problem though is that Checkpoint allowed for me to create an ACL that I could specify a group I created called RFC_1918_Group would not be allowed coming in my outside int but everything else would be allowed.
Any way to do this in the ASA without creating a permit statement along with a deny statement?
Attached is what the rule looks like in Checkpoint.
Thanks in advanced! This could cut down my rule base by a few lines.
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