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how to not resolve service names?

what is the command to stop the ASA from using common service names instead of ports?  Like instead of showing "telnet" in an acl i want to see "23"

Also is there a cisco document that shows what ports it considers to be common services (and also shows the names that these common ports are replaced with?)

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Re: how to not resolve service names?

question mark after the "eq" revealed the following:

ASA(config)#access-l test per tcp h 1.1.1.1 any eq

aol             
  bgp             
  chargen         
  cifs            
  citrix-ica      
  cmd             
  ctiqbe          
  daytime         
  discard         
  domain          
  echo            
  exec            
  finger          
  ftp             
  ftp-data        
  gopher          
  h323            
  hostname        
  http            
  https           
  ident           
  imap4           
  irc             
  kerberos        
  klogin          
  kshell          
  ldap            
  ldaps           
  login           
  lotusnotes      
  lpd             
  netbios-ssn     
  nfs             
  nntp            
  pcanywhere-data 
  pim-auto-rp     
  pop2            
  pop3            
  pptp            
  rsh             
  rtsp            
  sip             
  smtp            
  sqlnet          
  ssh             
  sunrpc          
  tacacs          
  talk            
  telnet          
  uucp            
  whois           
  www

I am not sure if there is a link for this.

I am not aware of an option to disable this either.

-KS

New Member

Re: how to not resolve service names?

I know what the list looks like....what i dont know if what port does it associate with uucp? ident? irc? rtsp? etc....

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