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Cisco pix and time based access-list

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Is it possible to specify an access-list based on time for the pix 6.3

ie I only want to allow access to an ip address at lunchtime for example.

Or is this only available on 7 ?
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Question by:heathcote123
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Only available on 7.x
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thought that may be the case, many thanks.
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7.21 has so many new features and the ASDM GUI is quite refined and getting better all the time.
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?? <shocked> ?? Surely the lord of the CLI cant be advocating the use of the GUI <smirk>
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If you haven't seen 7.21 ASDM, it really is nice. Checkboxes to enable/disable any single acl item. Select, apply. Two mouse clicks to turn someone on/off!
It doesn't hurt to know the cli and there is always the option to review all the commands that will be entered by the GUI..
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:) I was only pulling your chain :)
 - Ive only seen it once, And Ive got a feeling It wont run on my trusty old 501 so it might be a while before I can do any work with it :)

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