Jon Marshall Wed, 06/13/2007 - 06:34
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You could

1) Use an object-group to define the IP's and then you only have to enter one line in the access-list.

2) You could use 66.333.33.0

but this would cover .1 -> .7 and it depends on what the other IP addresses are used for.

3) Type them in individually as you say.




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