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I have a Cisco 871w. When I try to add ACL to open port 443, the permit statement goes after the implicit deny. This is the WAN port (FaEthernet) inbound access list 101. I have tried placing the statement in the backed up config file and then loading it back in to the running-config from tftp, but for some reason it will not load. I get a bunch of error. How can I manually add just this permit line above the implicit deny. Thank you!
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please post the output of show ip access-list 101

Typically you use the sequence numbers to add a list before or after a line.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/ios/12_2s/feature/guide/fsaclseq.html#wp1049152

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Thanks. I found a solution elsewhere. But I ended up using the method you have suggested.
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