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Answers: Protecting CLI Access 2

Answers: Protecting CLI Access 2

🕔09:10, 31.Aug 2016 This lab was pretty direct: configure an ACL and use to to protect CLI access rather than filter packets being routed by the router. You know the drill – read lab, do lab, check here. CCENT SimulatorTons of Lab Exercises Read Full Article
Protecting CLI Access 2

Protecting CLI Access 2

🕔09:05, 29.Aug 2016 This latest lab is relatively straightforward while being very useful. Many enterprises make a habit of adding an ACL to filter inbound Telnet and SSH attempts into a router or switch. Today’s lab gives you a chance to work through Read Full Article
Answers: Extended Named ACLs 1

Answers: Extended Named ACLs 1

🕔09:10, 3.Aug 2016

No muss, and just a little fuss with thinking about SNMP, today’s lab is mostly about how to match packets with an extended numbered ACL. Do the lab for yourself, and check here when you’re done.

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Extended Named ACLs 1

Extended Named ACLs 1

🕔09:05, 2.Aug 2016

Are you comfortable matching packets with extended ACLs? How about with TCP and UDP ports in those ACLs? Here’s a 10-minute lab exercise to practice; all you need is the time and a piece of paper or a place to

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Answers: Extended Numbered ACL 1

Answers: Extended Numbered ACL 1

🕔13:10, 24.Jun 2016

This lab requires you to think about two big ideas. First, you have to think about how to configure the syntax of extended numbered ACLs to match well-known destination ports. Also you need to think about the most efficient location

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Extended Numbered ACL 1

Extended Numbered ACL 1

🕔13:05, 23.Jun 2016

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

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Answers: Protecting CLI Access 1

Answers: Protecting CLI Access 1

🕔09:10, 16.May 2016   How do you protect the CLI by preventing Telnet and SSH access, without matching every last interface IP address on a router? Today’s lab gives you a chance to explore and practice that configuration. Check the lab requirements in Read Full Article
Protecting CLI Access 1

Protecting CLI Access 1

🕔09:05, 13.May 2016   Routers support a method to filter incoming Telnet and SSH connections to that router. That method uses ACLs, but not to filter packets coming in each and every interface, but with a configuration method tied to the vty lines 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

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