Add a class C range access rule

Posted on 2013-12-02
Last Modified: 2013-12-02
This is probably a really simple answer, but for some reason I'm drawing a blank.

How do I add an entire class C range for an access rule?

For example 192.168.1.[1-255]

I'm using ASDM 5.2 on a PIX515.

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ID: 39690501
If I remember correctly the address would be

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ID: 39690507
Thanks mlongoh!

That's kind of what I was thinking, but for some reason I wasn't sure. Can anyone else confirm?
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ID: 39690550
Yeah, it's like this:
access-list acl_outbound permit tcp any eq www

I looked it up.  This would add the whole class C to the rule acl_outbound and allow port 80.

Does that give you what you need?

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