Always remember to set a last rule on the list that allow all the rest of access that is not restricted on previous sentences. This because when you create an access list there is an implicit rule that deny all traffic if you do not change it.
Allow internet access from two specific ip address
1) Difine the IP address to allow.
Access-list # permit TCP (address1) (wildcard) any eq 80
Access-list # permit TCP (address2) (wildcard) any eq 80
2) Deny all the rest of address to access Internet
Access-list # deny TCP any any eq 80
3)allow all the rest of trafic.
Access-list # permit ip any any.
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