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100-105 Ch 25: Basic IPv4 ACLs

Answers: Standard Named ACL 1

Answers: Standard Named ACL 1

🕔12:05, 16.Jan 2016 The previous lab exercise requires you to configure a standard named ACL, but as usual, with a few twists. You need to think outside the box a bit to match the correct range of addresses, and work through the choice Read Full Article
Standard Named ACL 1

Standard Named ACL 1

🕔12:05, 14.Jan 2016 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
Answers: Standard Numbered ACL 1

Answers: Standard Numbered ACL 1

🕔12:05, 2.Jan 2016 Your answers from the previous lab exercise should result in a lot of thinking, and about 5-6 lines of configuration on a single device. Admittedly, I expect to see a variety of answers to this lab, so feel free to Read Full Article
Standard Numbered ACL 1

Standard Numbered ACL 1

🕔12:05, 30.Dec 2015 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
ACL Practice Drills

ACL Practice Drills

🕔09:05, 16.Jul 2015 You need practice with ACLs for CCENT and CCNA R/S. Some of that practice should focus on putting a complete ACL together, with multiple Access Control Entries (ACE) (that is, multiple permit and deny commands) to meet a set of Read Full Article

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