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Dec 12th, 2007

Is there other programs besides network assistant that does a better job ?

Also I dont want my ip http server to be seen by an http browser, but still want my network assistant to still be able to see it. Any alternate ways how ?

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Collin Clark Wed, 12/12/2007 - 14:18

1. Probably, depends on what you're using CNA for. List what you want the software to do and we can probably help out (how many devices too).

2. You can use an ACL to determine which hosts can connect via HTTP or not.

ip http access-class ?

<1-99> Access list number

Let's use ACL number 50.

ip http access-class 50

access-list 50 permit 192.168.1.5

aceess-list 50 permit 192.168.1.6

This would allow only .5 and .6 to connect to the router via HTTP.

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