Cisco ASA access list any any

I need an access list from one subnet like 192.168.10.0 to 192.168.20.0 any any. How can I create that?

thanks in advance
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Jan SpringerCommented:
What version is the software and to which interface should it be applied (and is there an existing access list for that interface)?
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wayy2beAuthor Commented:
The version is 9.0(1). The interface I want to permit the traffic on is coming from outside to inside and I already have an access list like this:

access-list permit-in extended permit any host 192.168.20.0

However certain connections don't work like RDP.
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Jan SpringerCommented:
access-list permit-in extended permit tcp any host  192.168.20.0 3389
access-group permit-in in interface outside
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wayy2beAuthor Commented:
I need to allow any not just 3389
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Jan SpringerCommented:
access-list permit-in extended permit ip any 192.168.20.0 255.255.255.0
access-group permit-in in interface outside
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wayy2beAuthor Commented:
One more question. Is it possible to tell if the connection on the outside interface is maxxed out? I want to see if I have a bottleneck due to bandwidth.
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Jan SpringerCommented:
If you are referring to interface stats, "sh int <interface>"
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wayy2beAuthor Commented:
What I mean is how can I tell if an interface is at 100% utilization....
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Jan SpringerCommented:
If you want to track it, you'll need an SNMP tool like Cacti, MRTG or PRTG to grab the interface stats.
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