In my office network i have a cisco asa 5510. I configured a time based acl to drop all connections for specific time range. I realize that the acl will only block new connections, and it will continue the connections that are already exist. for example if I do a countinus ping to a pc, it will countinue the icmp traffic flow even after the ACL applied to the interface. I can use "clear conn all" command to drop all connections, but its not practical. please tell me how to drop connections or the interface to a specific time range.
if I use "show conn" command when the acl applied to the interface, it will show the icmp connection on the asa. if I use "clear conn all" command the ping will be droped and will not be able to start a new ping.
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