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Cisco 1340AP MAC address filtering

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A clients Cisco 1340AP has been configured for MAC address filtering. I have the username and password to configure the device and I also know that the following information:

Access list 701 = allowed MAC addresses
Access list 702 = blocks all other MAC addresses

However, how do I add additional MAC addresses to Access list 701? I can't find the relevant menu on the GUI.

Please help
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Ok, seeing as though the MAC address im trying to add is 78:CA:39:72:93:AC

To clarify, the command is:

access-list 701 permit 78CA.3972.93AC

Is this correct?
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In addition to this, how do I list the MAC addressed currently in access-list 701 ?
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    access-list 701 permit 78CA.3972.93AC 0000.0000.0000

show access-list 701 tells the list of ACL 701
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Cisco#access-list 701 permit 78ca.3972.93ac 0000.0000.0000
                       ^
% Invalid input detected at '^' marker.

Any ideas?

The command 'show access-list 701' works fine though so thanks for that.
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The marker is below the 'l' in list not the '-'
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Ignore that :)
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