Exploring Intermediate Access Control List (ACL)

Posted by: admin  :  Category: CCNA, CCNP, GNS3 Dynamips, OSPF, Packet Tracer

In this activity you will learn to configure and apply a Standard and Extended access list to control access to devices within the network lab as well as apply an access list as an access class to restrict telnet access to some devices.

In addition to the basic activity there are some bonus tasks that will challenge you to create additional Extended Access Control List to create a DMZ and allow certain types of traffic to and from some end devices while deny all external access to other devices.


The initial Packet Tracer configuration of all routers, switches, and end devices has been completed. In addition the router labeled ISP has been configured as a route generator to simulate the internet.

The initial and finished router startup configuration files have been supplied to allow those that wish to use GNS3 to complete the lab.

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