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Block websites on cisco asa 5510.

How can I block websites on a cisco asa 5510 firewall.

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All websites or specific ones?

If you want to block all web traffic, a straightforward rule preventing HTTP traffic (TCP port 80) as well as HTTPS (port 443) will block any and all web access.

If you just want to block specific sites, I'd recommend an access control list (ACL) configured to deny traffic to those specific site's IP addresses.

Posted on Feb 19, 2010

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Your best bet is to place the ASA into 'transparent' mode, and letting the traffic pass through it and be inspected on the way through.

To do this you need to first do the following command:
firewall transparent

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Yes. The firewall will restart. Just be sure to save your running config to memory before turning off. For that you must issue the command: write memory.

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How to block port


This is the best doc. I can find to help you with your problem.
https://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/security/asa/asa70/quick/guide/70_ASAqk.html#wp46243


Please let me know if it helps...
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Look at the below link for all configurations
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If you can't get the manament working initially I suggest the following

Setup a console connection
Type "enable" and press enter to access priveleged exec mode on the ASA
Type "config terminal" and press enter to access configuration mode
Type "configure factory-default" and press enter to load default settings.
Assign a static IP to your PC of 192.168.1.5 and try to browse to https://192.168.1.1 (PC is plugged into management interface)

You should be prompted to begin using ASDM

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