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Access list at PIX

What 160 & 188 stand for?. Really appreciate your help.

access-list 160 permit tcp host any eq domain

access-list 188 permit tcp any eq telnet


Re: Access list at PIX

The numbers are used for extended IP access lists:-

1 to 99 - Standard Access lists

100 to 199 - Extended Access Lists


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Re: Access list at PIX

Have you missed out the access-list name ? ie. are these from the same access-list or not. If they are not then the the 160 and the the 188 are the access-list names themselves altho i have never used numbers for the acl name so couldn't say for sure it would work.

If they are then on a pix each line in an access-list is numbered starting from 1.

So you can delete and insert individual lines by using the numbering system eg. if you wanted to remove just line 160 from above

no access-list line 160 permit tcp host any eq domain


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