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How do I change the order of an ACL on a Foundry Router

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Hi,

I am trying to change the order of my ACL 110  rules on a Foundry Router and the only suggestion I have received is to edit the list in a text editor. Unfortunately, this involves blowing away the whole list and adding it back in. That scares me and I was wondering if anyone know another way???

Thanks in advance
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Thats how you have to do it,


harbor235 ;}
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Just a side note. You can remove all the rules and add them back in the order you like in one move. That way the time without ACL rules is very minimal. Thanks for your help Harbor235!
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