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HTTP management restricted by named ACL?

Hello,

There's probably an easy solution to this. I know that I can enable the http service on a switch and limit who can use http to manage the switch with the "ip http access-class x" command. The variable 'x' in this case is a numbered, standard access list (1-99). What if I want to accomplish the same thing but by using named access lists?

Sincerely,

Jeff

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Re: HTTP management restricted by named ACL?

router#conf t

Enter configuration commands, one per line. End with CNTL/Z.

router(config)#ip http access-class ?

<1-99> Access list number

If your output is similar to that above, this would suggest that a numbered ACL is your only option (i.e.: a named ACL is not supported).

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