Does the ASA 5505 block internal ports?

I am trouble shooting an issue with a software package that uses ports 6660 - 6662.  My clients are unable to reach the software that is running on the server.  This is on an internal network and nothing is being translated to the outside.

Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance Software Version 9.1(3)
Device Manager Version 7.1(4)

I am assuming that all internal ports are open and that is my main question am I correct?
Brian SchraederI.T.Asked:
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Jan SpringerCommented:
Inside to inside should not be blocked and you should not see any entries (built or deny) in the logs.

Do you have an inside access list?
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Brian SchraederI.T.Author Commented:
There is no inside access list. Thank you for the quick response. It was exactly what I thought and thank you again to confirm it.
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