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top 10 access rules

Hi,

My configuration I have 2 asa 5510 as A/P failover.

In "top 10 access rules" I have a rule with a blank interface and src =any dest =any service =http action =permit

With right click I have no information.

I don't know where I use this rule and is it the failover rule ?

And I have an other question, what's the tcp ou udp port of failover link.

Regards

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Re: top 10 access rules

I believe this is an implicit access-list, which allows traffic from a higher security interface to a lower security interface. I don't think it has anything to do with failover.

I'm not sure what protocol/ports are used for failover, but I suspect there will be a range for state, heartbeat and config syncronisation.

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