Inherent Deny at End of Access-list 700 ?

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Jul 25th, 2010
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If I specify the following configuration:


access-list 700 permit 5c59.4812.35fb
access-list 700 permit 0024.d71b.de64
dot11 association mac-list 700


Is there an inherent DENY to all other MAC addresses at the end of access-list 700?  This configuration is going into an Aironet AP801.  I'd like to use this to specify what I permit in my home and deny any other device that attempts to connect to the AP.  I think this is a workable solution to keep out intruders that might crack my WPA2.


Thanks for the feedback!!!


James E

Correct Answer by dancampb about 6 years 8 months ago

Yes, there is an inherent deny all at the end of a 700-series ACL just like there is in all ACLs.

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dancampb Mon, 07/26/2010 - 06:28
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Yes, there is an inherent deny all at the end of a 700-series ACL just like there is in all ACLs.

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