Configuring Extended IP Access Lists

This section considers how to configure extended IP access lists, which allow more granular control of traffic filtering and selection than do standard IP access lists. After presenting an overview of extended IP access lists, this section examines how extended IP access lists are processed in Cisco IOS Software. This section examines the commands used to configure extended IP access lists, and it then presents several examples. It concludes by discussing where to place extended IP access lists.

Standard IP access lists offer quick configuration and low overhead in limiting traffic based on the source address within a network. Extended IP access lists provide a higher degree of control by enabling filtering ...

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