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Want to limit not http traffic with asa 5510

Posted on 2011-03-09
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I try to put a service-policy in asa to limit traffic that is not http or https

but there is no packet in show service-policy that match

is there an error in my policy ?

see my screenshots
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Question by:cegepdematane
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For that ACL to do the MATCH I think you would need something like
access-list qos_1 extended deny tcp any any eq http
access-list qos_1 extended deny tcp any any eq https
access-list qos_1 extended permit ip any any


That will not match http/https and catch everything else.   Then you can use that ACL in the QOS policing.
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