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Create and Configure Extended Access Control Lists (ACL)

Before continuing, refer Introduction to Access Control Lists lesson , if you are not familiar with Access Contol Lists. Refer Extended Access Control Lists (ACL) lesson if you are not familiar with Extended Access Control configuration IOS commands. You must be familiar with TCP port numbers for important services. Click the following link to learn… Continue reading Create and Configure Extended Access Control Lists (ACL)

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Extended Access Control List (ACL) – Established Keyword

The "established" keyword is used to indicate an established connection for TCP protocol. An established connection can be considered as the TCP protocol traffic originating inside your network, not from an external network. This means that the packets belong to an existing connection if the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) segmenthas the Acknowledgment (ACK) or Reset… Continue reading Extended Access Control List (ACL) – Established Keyword

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Extended Access Control List (ACL) – TCP and UDP Port Numbers and Names

Using Extended Access Control List, we can filter traffic based on TCP or UDP port numbers or port names. Click the following link to know important TCP port numbers. You can specify a name also for TCP or UDP port numbers. For example, you can use the keyword smtp to match SMTP traffic (port number… Continue reading Extended Access Control List (ACL) – TCP and UDP Port Numbers and Names

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Extended Access Control List (ACL) Placement

Extended Access Control List (ACL) can filter the traffic based many factors like source IP address, destination IP address, Protocol, TCP or UDP port numbers etc. Since an Extended Access Control List (ACL) can filter the IP datagram packet based on the destination IP address, it must be placed on the router which is near… Continue reading Extended Access Control List (ACL) Placement

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Create And Configure Standard Access Control Lists, Access-list IOS command and access-group IOS command

                     Before continuing, refer Introduction to Access Control Lists lesson , if you are not familiar with Access Contol Lists. Refer Standard Access Control Lists lesson if you are not familiar not familiar with Standard Access Control configuration IOS commands. Standard Access Control Lists (ACLs) -… Continue reading Create And Configure Standard Access Control Lists, Access-list IOS command and access-group IOS command

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Access Control List (ACL) – Wildcard Masks

Wildcard masks are used in Access Control Lists (ACL) to identify (or filter) an individual host, a network, or a range IP addresses in a network to permit or deny access . When using a wildcard mask, a 0 in a bit position means that the corresponding bit position in the address of the Access… Continue reading Access Control List (ACL) – Wildcard Masks

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Standard Access Control List (ACL) Placement

Standard Access Control List (ACL) filters the traffic based on source IP address. Therefore a Standard Access Control List (ACL) must be placed on the router which is near to the destination network/host where it is denied. If we place the Standard Access Control List (ACL) near to source of the traffic, there is a… Continue reading Standard Access Control List (ACL) Placement