This ACL is somewhat bizzare but it is not incorrect per se. It matches all packets whose source IP address has the form
where "x" is an arbitrary number (it is totally irrelevant what the value of "x" is).
I do not know what was the intention of the creator of this ACL. Therefore, it is difficult to answer the question if the ACL is correct. Syntactically - sure it is. Semantically - I do not know, that depends on what shall be accomplished with it.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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