Access-list VS Mac access-list to filter IPX

Can someone tell me the difference between following:

!
mac access-list extended IPX
 permit any any 0x8137 0x0
!

and

!
access-list 200 permit 0x8137 0x0
!

 

Thanks

D.

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  • Should have added .. diffirence other than one is NAMED acl and another numbered ... any functional differences?

    Can someone tell me the difference between following:

    !
    mac access-list extended IPX
     permit any any 0x8137 0x0
    !

    and

    !
    access-list 200 permit 0x8137 0x0
    !

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    Where are you applying them?  From a technical standpoint, no, there's
    no difference.  But VACLs will use either IP access lists (not 200) or
    MAC access lists (not numbered).






     



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    nydimka23 wrote:

    Can someone tell me the difference between following:

    !

    mac access-list extended IPX

     permit any any 0x8137 0x0

    !

    and

    !

    access-list 200 permit 0x8137 0x0

    !

     

    Thanks

    D.







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  • I am using them in class-map to classify traffic.

    Where are you applying them?  From a technical standpoint, no, there's no difference.  But VACLs will use either IP access lists (not 200) or MAC access lists (not numbered).

     

     

    Scott Morris, CCIEx4 (R&S/ISP-Dial/Security/Service Provider) #4713,


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    Then both should work just fine.






     





    nydimka23 wrote:

    I am using them in class-map to classify traffic.


    imageScott
    Morris:

    Where are you applying them?  From a technical standpoint, no,
    there's no difference.  But VACLs will use either IP access lists (not
    200) or MAC access lists (not numbered).

     

     

    Scott Morris, CCIEx4
    (R&S/ISP-Dial/Security/Service Provider) #4713,









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  • When IPX was still very common Cisco standard ACL numbers for IPX were/are 800 and 900.  Would be much easier with a permit any for QoS than trying to remember the hex ID for IPX.  Just a thought.

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