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Traffic through active connections after deny in address-list

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I my Cisco ASA I filter incoming traffic by using access-lists. I have noticed that if I change the action on entry in the access-list from permit to deny, traffic still flows through connections that were active when I did the change. It seems that only new connections will be denied. To stop the traffic in active connections I have do run a "clear conn address x.x.x.x".

What I want is that all traffic specified in the access-list is stopped immediately when changing from permit to deny, without having to run the clear conn manually.

Any tips on this?
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You won't be able to achieve this as far as I am aware. This is due to the way the ASA handles it's traffic to make it a lot more efficient. You could of course adjust the timeout values on TCP connections for example so the sessions were torn down quicker.
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