ACL Drill Set 1
Here’s the first ACL drill set. What’s that? Check out this post that explains the details. No stopwatch, no speed requirement for these, unlike the subnetting speed practice. Just focus on getting the right answer. Questions are below the fold!
First, use this figure as the backdrop:
Here are the questions. Your job for this drill: Treat each requirement as a completely separate problem. For each, create a 1 line ACL, with either a “permit” or “deny” action, to do what the requirement asks.
1) Host A (10.1.1.1/24) attempts to connect to Telnet server S3 (192.168.2.254/27). Your ACL will be applied outbound on R1’s S0/0/0 interface. Permit traffic from host A to telnet services on S3, as well as telnet services on all servers in that same subnet.
2) Host C (10.1.101.145/22) attempts to connect to web server S4 (192.168.3.250/28). Your ACL will be applied outbound on R3’s F0/0 interface. Deny hosts in host C’s subnet from communicating with web services on web server S4.
3) Repeat #2, but for an ACL that will be placed on R1’s F0/1 as an outbound ACL.
Enjoy! Answers in a few days.