iptables - similar syntax to cisco acl


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Debian iptables - similar syntax to cisco acl

Hi All,

can we write iptables rules on linux in a way similar to cisco acl ??
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Yes, they're both similar.
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Debian

i want a tool that translates the acl & applies it to a specific interface.

Code:
access-list 110 ip permit 10.0.0.x any
access-list 110 ip deny any any

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