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CSPM and ACL creation

I'm using CSPM 3.1 to manage a PIX 525.

I've built a fairly complex policy using CSPM and at the end I've got a rule that will block access from the inside to the internet on port 80. The next rule allows access from the inside to the internet on all ports.

I was expecting this to simply block port 80 as the block rule is first, but this doesn't happen. The hosts have full access on port 80 to the internet.

I need to disallow port 80 and allow all other ports.

CSPM doesn't build the ACL's as I would expect, any suggestions for getting around this problem?

Thanks

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Re: CSPM and ACL creation

Hi,

the pix processes the ACL's from top to bottom. So if your 'block rule' is before the 'allow rule', the traffic should be blocked.

But did you apply the ACL to the inside interface? You need the 'access-group' command for this:

access-group acl_name in interface inside

Kind Regards,

Tom

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