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Modifying Cisco access list

By jhenderson ·
I want to modify my 2851 router's extended access list allow ssl traffic to a particular server (IP 111.65.21.249 external address)

Portion of extended access list named LOCAL-IN
280 permit tcp any host 111.65.21.253 eq 443
290 permit tcp any host 111.65.253 eq www
300 permit tcp any host 111.65.101 eq3389
310 permit tcp any host 111.65.249 eq smtp
330 permit tcp any host 111.65.249 eq www
340 permit ip host 216.60.165.157 any

I am using the command:
isco2851(config)access-list LOCAL-IN permit tcp any host 111.65.21.249 eq 443

I get the following response:

I am getting: "% Invalid input detected at '^' marker."
Does this mean my syntax is incorrect? Can anyone point me in the correct direction please?

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by CG IT In reply to Modifying Cisco access li ...

yeah it means your syntax is wrong. [In other words, the router can't understand the command your giving it.]

could be a space where there shouldn't be, an invalid character used, etc.

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