Yes there are some things that you can configure on the ASA that will result in resetting the connection. This includes doing Application Inspection, if you configure the ASA to enforce connection timeouts then it could send a TCP reset if it has closed a connection and the remote device sends another packet on the closed connection, and if you are running IPS on the ASA then that could reset TCP connections.
One of the things that keeps me engaged with these forums is that they challenge me and give me opportunities to learn new things. My initial reaction to your question about IPS on IOS router was to say that this is not supported. But I did some research and find that apparently IPS functionality is now supported on some (but not all) of Cisco IOS routers. See this link for additional detail:
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