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How to apply access-list 102 cisco 2911

Hi there,
I am following this article:

I am stuch at these commands:
access-list 102 remark SDM_ACL Category=256
access-list 102 remark Outgoing Traffic
access-list 102 permit ip
access-list 102 remark Incoming Traffic
access-list 102 permit ip

My show run is attached.  In my case there is no access-list 102, how do I create it and which interface to apply and how, commands will be helpful.
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typing those commands from the terminal configuration prompt will create that access-list. Each time you use the command "access-list 102 ...." it adds an entry to the bottom of that particular access list. The big thing to keep in mind when creating access lists is that they are processed from the top to the bottom, and order of entry is very important.

To apply an access list to an interface; you go to the desired interface, and then use the command:

ip access-group xxx in/out

where xxx is the access list number (or name), and in/out (choose one) specifies the traffic direction to match (from that interface's perspective).
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