In this chapter I covered how to configure standard access lists to properly filter IP traffic. You learned what a standard access list is and how to apply it to a Cisco router to add security to your network. You also learned how to configure extended access lists to further filter IP traffic. And I discussed the differences between standard and extended access lists as well as how to apply them to Cisco routers.
I then moved on to show you how to configure named access lists and apply them to interfaces on the router. Named access lists offer the advantage of being readily identifiable and, therefore, a whole lot easier to manage than access lists that are simply referred to by obscure numbers.
This chapter had a fun section in it: ...