Posts Tagged ‘Access Control List’

CCNA Packet Tracer Activity ACL Challenge

Introduction: Access Control List (ACL) is an important part of the day to day duties of a network engineer. Security being a key part of today’s network design and ACL’s play a very important role in implementing this security. Today’s network engineers and technicians need to have a good understanding of how ACL’s work, how […]

CCNA Packet Tracer Activity Extended ACLs

An extended access-list (100 – 199) is an ordered list of statements that can deny or permit packets based on source and destination IP address, port numbers and upper-layer protocols. Standard access list can deny or permit packets by source address only and permit or deny entire TCP/IP protocol suite. Therefore by extended, it means […]

CCNA Packet Tracer Activity Standard ACLs

In this Free CCNA Lab we will use the provided Packet Tracer activity to Plan, configure, and apply a standard Access Control List (ACL) to permit or deny specific traffic to flow through the network. We will then use Ping and Cisco show commands to test the ACL to determine if the desired results were […]

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