ACL's can either be numbered or named. The IP ACL's are either standard using source addresses only or extended in which case you filter by source and destination IP addresses or networks, and optionally by IP protocol and ports.
Standard numbered ACL's use numbers from 1-99, extended from 100-199 or 2000 to 2699. Named ACL's have the standard or extended keyword in the name. Also remember all ACL's have an implicit deny at the end.
So a numbered standard list:
access-list 10 permit host 10.2.3.4
This filters out traffic with a source address of 10.2.3.4, and denies all other traffic.
Sanme filter with a name:
ip access-list standard FILTER
permit host 10.2.3.4
Have a search on cisco.com for `access-list command' and ip access-list command for more information.
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