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Why I am getting multiple ports allowad on named ACLs only

Posted on 2011-09-15
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I typed
conf t
access-lists ext 100
35 permit tcp host x.x.16.2 any eq 22 telnet log

anf i get the above errors even though i did the same on different switch with no problem
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by:dinkytoy101
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Double check your other switch, I bet that the access list name started with a letter.
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The line "35 permit tcp host x.x.16.2 any eq 22 telnet log" should actually say this:

"35 permit tcp host x.x.16.2 any eq telnet log" -or-
"35 permit tcp host x.x.16.2 any eq 22 log"

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Tim
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