Named ACLs

Overview

A named access list can be either a standard or extended access list, with the only difference being that it is identified by name rather than by number. The IOS command for starting a named access list is slightly different than a numbered access list, in that the command starts with ip access-list rather than just access-list, see below:

router>enable
router#configure terminal
router(config)#ip access-list <standard | extended> <name>
router(config-std-nacl)#<permit | deny> <source host or network> <wildcard> <destination host or network> <wildcard>
router(config-ext-nacl)#<permit | deny> <protocol> <source host or network> <wildcard> <destination host or network> <wildcard> <operator> <port>

Video Tutorial

 In this tutorial, I write a named access list (extended) and apply it to the router to permit traffic to a web server on port 80

Author: Dan

Dan teaches computer networking and security classes at Central Oregon Community College.

One thought on “Named ACLs”

  1. Dear Sir
    Greetings
    Sir can you please share some source for IP-MPLS or service provider like your lectures.

    waiting for your reply. thanks

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