ACL

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onthebutton72
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ACL
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2011-05-02 17:56:56
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CCNA ACL
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CCNA ACL
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  1. Global command for standard numbered access lists. Use a number between 1 and 99 or 1300 and 1999, inclusive.
    access-list access-list-number [deny|permit] source [source-wildcard] [log]
  2. Global command for extended numbered access lists. Use a number between 100 and 199 or 2000 and 2699, inclusive.
    access-list access-list-number [deny|permit] protocol source source-wildcard destination destination-wildcard [log]
  3. A version of the access-list command with TCP-specific parameters
    access-list access-list-number [deny|permit] tcp source source-wildcard [operatore|port]] destination destination-wildcard [operator|port]] [log]
  4. Defines a remark that helps you remember what the ACL is supposed to do.
    access-list access-list-number remark text
  5. Interface subcommand to enable access lists.
    ip access-group [number|name{in|out}]
  6. Line subcommand to enable either standard or extended access lists.
    access-class number | name {in|out}
  7. Global command to configure a named standard or extended ACL and enter ACL configuration mode.
    ip access-list {standard|extended} name
  8. ACL mode subcommand to configure the matching details and action for a standard named ACL.
    {deny|permit} source [source-wildcard] [log]
  9. ACL mode subcommand to configure the matching details and action for an extended named ACL.
    {deny|permit} protocol source source-wildcard destination destination-wildcard [log]
  10. ACL mode subcommand to configure the matching details and actions for a named ACL that matches TCP segments.
    {deny|permit} tcp source source-wildcard [operator[port]] destination destination-wildcard [operator[port]] [log]
  11. ACL mode subcommand to configure a description of a named ACL.
    remark text
  12. Includes a reference to the access lists enabled on the interface.
    show ip interface [type number]
  13. Shows details of configured access lists for all protocols.
    show access-lists [access-list-number|access-list-name]
  14. Shows IP access lists.
    show ip access-list [access-list-number|access-list-name]

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