Back to homepage

200-301 V2 Part 1: IP ACLs

Config Lab: Extended Numbered ACL 1

Config Lab: Extended Numbered ACL 1

🕔13:05, 1.Oct 2021 Ready to review how to match subnets with extended ACLs? And how to match well-known ports? Today’s lab lets you do just that. Along the way, you get to think about where to place the ACL to most efficiently filter Read Full Article
Config Lab: Standard Named ACL 1

Config Lab: Standard Named ACL 1

🕔11:05, 1.Oct 2021 Standard named ACLs follow a nice simple format, which is great for getting started with ACLs. This next lab gives you some exercise on the basic syntax, while throwing in a few issues related to the application of the ACL. Read Full Article
Config Lab: Standard Numbered ACL 1

Config Lab: Standard Numbered ACL 1

🕔09:05, 1.Oct 2021 Write a 1-line ACL to match something? Easy. Write a several line ACL with a bunch of requirements? A little harder. Choosing where to put that multi-line ACL, when the ACL requirements span multiple subnets? Yet another bump. Combining all Read Full Article
CCNA Packet Tracer Labs – CCNA Vol 2, Chapter 3

CCNA Packet Tracer Labs – CCNA Vol 2, Chapter 3

🕔09:05, 12.May 2020 CCNA Volume 2's first ACL chapter gets over the big fundamental Access Control List (ACL) concepts and configuration, with Chapter 3 (the subject of this post) moving on to more detailed ACL topics. In particular, this chapter examines extended ACLs, Read Full Article
CCNA Packet Tracer Labs – CCNA Vol 2, Chapter 2

CCNA Packet Tracer Labs – CCNA Vol 2, Chapter 2

🕔09:05, 5.May 2020 Access Control Lists (ACLs) may be one of the most uncomfortable topics to learn during your first few hours reading about the topic. Getting into lab early in your reading can help, so take advantage of this post and re-live Read Full Article
A: TCP Transport Ports

A: TCP Transport Ports

🕔09:05, 11.Oct 2018

You might have missed this latest #CCNA question because configuring routers and switches does not reinforce the concepts required to answer this question. If you do want to do some labbing to learn more, download Wireshark (or some other network

Read Full Article
Q: TCP Transport Ports

Q: TCP Transport Ports

🕔09:05, 9.Oct 2018

Most CCNA candidates focus on the topics that require deeper learning, topics that you need to configure, verify, and troubleshoot on routers and switches. At the same time, Cisco includes a small set of topics for which you need only

Read Full Article
A: Matching Port Numbers with ACLs 1

A: Matching Port Numbers with ACLs 1

🕔09:05, 8.Feb 2018

First, think of TCP headers, and the source port and destination port. Then think about the predictable port – the well-known port – and whether it will be the source or destination port. Then think about the syntax of the

Read Full Article
Q: Matching Port Numbers with ACLs 1

Q: Matching Port Numbers with ACLs 1

🕔10:05, 5.Feb 2018

#CCNA ACL questions can uncover your weaknesses even without a detailed and complicated list of requirements to place in a single ACL. In fact, my “Acing the CCNA Exam” live course on Safari features ACL Port Matching as one of

Read Full Article
Extended IPv4 ACL Drill 2 – Answers

Extended IPv4 ACL Drill 2 – Answers

🕔09:05, 12.May 2017

Extended IPv4 ACLs? No problem. Matching packets going towards the client? A little more of a problem. Deciding whether you need to match ARP and OSPF in your ACL? Even more of a problem. This latest drill makes you think

Read Full Article

Subscribe

Subscribe to our mailing list and get interesting stuff and updates to your email inbox.

Thank you for subscribing.

Something went wrong.

Search

Categories