Is is the same for "ip route":
If I have 2 lines from my ISP hooked up to the serial lines on my
ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 Serial0
ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 Serial1
Will anything get sent over Serial1?
Is there a way to somewhat balance the load between the 2 lines?
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Subject: Re: Newbie Cisco Access-List Question
Author: Warren Auld <wauld01 @
us> at INTERNET-USA
Date: 7/10/96 10:08 AM
Yes, order matters -- the entries in an access list are evaluated
sequentially until a match is found at which point the packet is either
sent on or rejected. In the example you gave below, all packets addressed
to ports higher than 1023 will make it through and the second line will
never have any effect. If you reverse the lines, traffic to port 2049
would be denied while everything else above 1023 would get through.
Hope this helps....
On Wed, 10 Jul 1996, John M. Shaw wrote:
> Assuming 2 lines with same source, s-mask, dest, and d-mask:
> access-list 101 permit tcp source s-mask dest d-mask gt 1023
> access-list 101 deny tcp source s-mask dest d-mask eq 2049
> Which one takes precedence?
> Does the order matter?
> Any help would be greatly appreciated?