The Cisco firewall blocks all inbound data by default. We need to add access rules to permits or denies traffic based on the protocol.
We can use access rules in routed and transparent firewall mode to control IP traffic. An access rule permits or denies traffic based on the protocol, a source and destination IP address or network, and optionally the source and destination ports.
2 Login to Firewall management panel from ASDM tool
2.1 Login to Cisco ASDM Launcher
- Device IP Address/Name: Please use the IP of the firewall;
- Username: Your account;
- Password: the password of the account;
2.2 Access the "Access Rules" panel
Click Configuration -> Firewall -> Access Rules
3 Click "Add Access Rule" to add the new rule
3.1 Click "Add Access Rule"
- Interface: Please select "Outside" ;
- Action: Select "Permit" or "Deny" based on your requirement;
- Source: The IP or IP segment which will access the firewall. Here is a sample: 198.x.x.0/24, 201.x.x.x
- Destination: The IP or IP segment which will be accessed in the firewall.
- Service: The TCP or UDP ports on which the application will be accessed. Here is a sample: tcp/1093,udp/53,TCP/1086
3.2 Apply the update
Click the “Apply” button
3.3 Save the changes
Click the “Save” to save the updates.
Article ID: 329, Created: August 17, 2016 at 6:35 AM, Modified: August 26, 2021 at 1:44 AM