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numbered ACL's

I have been working with named (I believe they are called "extended acls"??) for the past few years - I just began working on a router that is using numbered acls - I thought numbered acls did not offer the flexibility to edit them line by liine, I seem to remember having to remove the acl and reapply it? Is this true or is my memory faulty?

2801 router / IOS 12.4

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Re: numbered ACL's

Dan :

Numbered ACLs can be edited just like named ACLs .

here is an example from a 2801 router.

D-R2801-13A(config)#ip access-list extended 100

D-R2801-13A(config-ext-nacl)#?

Ext Access List configuration commands:

<1-2147483647> Sequence Number

default Set a command to its defaults

deny Specify packets to reject

dynamic Specify a DYNAMIC list of PERMITs or DENYs

evaluate Evaluate an access list

exit Exit from access-list configuration mode

no Negate a command or set its defaults

permit Specify packets to forward

remark Access list entry comment

thanks

Salman .

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Re: numbered ACL's

Thanks, in the past were there limitations with numbered acls? why would someone use one or the other or simply preference?

Re: numbered ACL's

Hi Dan,

Yes formerly numbered ACL couldn't be edited, but in the recent codes, you can edit a numbered ACL the same as named ACL, using this or that is simply preference like you've said.

HTH,

Mohammed Mahmoud.

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