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Scenario: You created 2 access-lists for controlling telnet

a year ago, and bound one of them to Serial 0. You can't
remember which

access-list you

used. Which command lets you see all access-lists on Serial
0 for telnet?

A.) show access-list

B.) show ip int s0

C.) show access-list telnet

D.) show telnet access-list

E.) show access-list s0

F.) show int s0
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show access-list
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