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ASA - Implicit acess-list issue

Hello All,

I'm playing a bit with an ASA and I came across a silly problem. For some reason there is an implicit ACL that prevents me from connect to tcp port 443 on the ASA hence no asdm.

Does anybody ever had the same issue?

I'm trying to find where to configure this access-list but since only one interface is configured and given the fact that the acl applied to that interface is permit any any I really wonder when the other ACL is applied...

Regards,

Thibault.

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Re: ASA - Implicit acess-list issue

Actually i found the reason why it did not work.

I first configured the http server to listen to some dummy tcp port instead of 443 then revert it back to 443 but for some reason the change did not take effect. I had te disable / enabel the http server in order to have it working.

I guess the implicit access-list message was related to the fact that only the configured port for the http server is allowed on the ASA, by default 443, but when you change it...

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