According to W.C. Epperson:
> > > What version of IOS? At 10.2(11), it barfs on the "log" part, if placed
> > > at the end of the access-list entry. Is that the correct syntax?
> > At least IOS 10.3(8) and above.
> Interesting that it isn't documented at any 10.3, first appears in release
> notes at 11.0. And since no IOS 10.3 has reached GD, can't use on a
> choke router.
Your choice of Cisco IOS is well ... your choice. I have found and printed
a section of the UniverCD shipped with my router. No, I do not recall if
the information about extended IP access lists is buried in the release
notes or stuck somewhere in the bowels of the CD. The information is still
there just the same.
For the record, I would like to use a GD IOS, but only IOS 11.0(4) is
capable enough to get my ISDN connection going. The functionality I need
is in the newer IOS at the possible risk of getting out on the bleeding
edge. The connection has been reliable and the logging has been a blessing
because now I can see and act upon events that happen to the connection
without any hocus-pocus guesswork.