Will Extended expanded 2000access lists be on the CCNA exam?

JammywanksJammywanks Posts: 127Member
I'm using the Bright Spark's page for the CCNA section, a good free study guide online, although the multiple choice practice exams tend to ask me the same question 2 or 3 times... . Anyways I'm taking the practice exam and there is another access list question that answer involves IP Extended Expanded range of 2523. Is this going to be questioned on a CCNA exam? I thought the scope of the CCNA only involves standard and extended access lists?
CCNA Lab: Two 1720's, one 2520, two 2924XL switches
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  • marlon23marlon23 Posts: 164Member ■■□□□□□□□□
    Extended access-lists can be numbered from 2 ranges : 100-199 and 2000-2699. So question is involving ordinary extended access-list from 2nd numbering range.
    LAB: 7609-S, 7606-S, 10008, 2x 7301, 7204, 7201 + bunch of ISRs & CAT switches
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