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Possible to turn off stateful inspection on ASA5510?

Hallo!

Have a possible problem regarding a specifik application that is not supposed to leave a LAN-environment, it's not created to pass a stateful inspection. Is it possible to create a 'black hole' through the ASA, just pass traffic between two hosts whithout any interference whatsoever? I use public adresses on both interfaces so my intention is to create a static (inside,outside) and access-lists in and out.

Any ideas??

BR

/Goran

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Re: Possible to turn off stateful inspection on ASA5510?

The Disable Access Rule field is designed to assist you in troubleshooting. It allows you to "turn off" an access rule without having to delete it from the firewall policy. Check the Disable Access Rule checkbox to disable the access rule in the firewall policy. You can enable the access rule again by unchecking the box and clicking Save.

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