Hi Walter, the rule priority is as such, basically think of it as sequencing. It's like any other normal access list, where you define the order of the rules then there is an implicit deny all at the end of the list (hence the need to permit any any).
So the rule looks okay to me. For practice sake, can you make an access list that blocks all traffic to your port #1 (deny ip any any). Does this stop all ingress traffic?
Second test, can you make an access list that looks like this?
deny udp any any any 1900
deny igmp any any
permit ip any any
Let's see if it does anything for ya
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