Question about Cisco ASA 5510 Firewall
Although I can't find anything specific about this, I am sure from experience that the access-list is applied to both interfaces because of the way that the firewall simply passes traffic through the interfaces, as they are not seen as a hop, nor do they have IP addresses allocated to them. If the access list has a source and destination, in theory it doesn't matter which way the packet travels it will still be seen and thus inspected on both interfaces.
I hope that this has been of some help, sorry I couldn't be 100% on the answer, but as I said, from experience I believe this is correct.
If you want any forther information, there is quite a lot of documentation on Ciscos site:
and something you might be particularly interested in is:
This is the configuration guide for ASA5500 via ASDM.
Hope that this has been of some use to you :)
Posted on Oct 18, 2010
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