Difference between standard access list and extended access list

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Difference between standard access list and extended access list
Difference between standard access list and extended access list

Difference between standard access list and extended access list :- 

Standard ACL Extended ACL
Allow filtering based on source address. Allow filtering based on source and destination addresses, as well as
protocol and port number.
Used to block particular host, network or subnet. Used to block particular
services.
Standard ACL is implemented closet to the
destination
Extended ACL is implemented closet to the source.
Standard ACL Range–> 1 – 99 &        1300- 1999. Extended ACL Range–> 100 – 199 &
2000 – 2699
In Standard ACL, two-way communications will be blocked In Extended ACL, one-way communication will be blocked
In Standard ACL, all services will be blocked Extended ACL, particular services will be blocked.

 

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