Part 5 of the video series on Access Control Lists is a demonstration of the configuration of Named ACLs.
We begin by re-configuring the Numbered ACL from Part 3 as a Named ACL in order to show you the similarities between the syntax of Named ACLs and Numbered ACLs. Then we step through and demonstration a few features that exist in Named ACLs that didn’t exist in Numbered ACL.
At the end of this video, you’ll have a solid understanding of Named ACLs and the specific ways in which they are different from (better than) Numbered ACLs.
The specific subjects and timestamps for what we talk through are below:
- 00:00 – Intro
- 00:15 – Review of Video 4
- 00:34 – Review of Configuration in Video 3
- 00:52 – Converting Numbered ACL to Named ACL
- 02:10 – New Features in Named ACLs that don’t exist in Numbered ACLs
- 02:33 – Feature #1a: Removing individual ACL Lines
- 03:50 – Command:
- 04:20 – Sequence Number
- 04:57 – Feature #1b: Removing individual ACL Lines using Sequence Number
- 05:54 – Feature #2: Adding ACL entry at a specific line number
- 07:26 – Feature #3: Using Named ACL Syntax to modify Numbered ACLs
- 10:07 – Feature #4: Re-sequencing ACLs with
ip access-list resequence
- 12:06 – Summary
- 12:46 – Outro / Teaser for next Video
Hope you enjoy =).