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Where is the content of ACL(Access Control List) in the Router Cisco ?
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For a complete and complete basics and intermediate course you can visit:

http://www.networkclue.com/routing/Cisco/access-lists/index.php

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Cheeers! :D :D

MMartha
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Hi,
write show running-config at the cisco and you will see the access lists configured and their numbers

regards,
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