anthonyh last edited by
I'm cleaning up the firewall at one of our datacenters, and I'm finding multiple instances of ACLs similar to the following:
access-list RTSP extended deny tcp any4 any4 eq rtsp
access-list RTSP extended deny tcp any4 host 126.96.36.199 eq rtsp
access-list RTSP extended deny tcp host 188.8.131.52 eq rtsp any4
access-list RTSP extended permit tcp any4 any4 eq rtsp
access-list RTSP extended permit tcp any4 eq rtsp any4
This is a Cisco ASA 5510. I am not, by any means, an ASA expert, but if my knowledge about ACLs is correct...the first statement in that ACL makes the remaining statements superfluous. Am I wrong?
Jason Banned last edited by
Is the ordering the same as shown? depending on the ordering it may be used for filtering down the statements.