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Schedule access rules in the Cisco ASA to block NAT Rule from evening to morning the next day

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I'd like to prevent a vendor from accessing the network at a given time from evening to morning on the next day.  The schedules I find in the ASDM are from morning to evening of the same day.  There is a static NAT rule from the inside interface to the outside linking the private address to the public.  How can I schedule the ASA to block their access from one evening to the next morning and to be reoccuring every evening?
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You have to add multiple rules, one from evening to mid-night and another identical from midnight the next day to the morning day after. And make both of them recurring.

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Thanks.  My 5 hour energy wore off in 2 hours.  I can't believe I missed that.
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