I have not done a whole lot of access-lists before.
I have Cisco 3560 switch and I need to add an access-list. Basically I have six servers that are logged into remotely:
Users are able to SSH to the servers from the Corporate LAN. However, when people get to the servers I need to make sure they get locked down. Once logged in, I don't want them to be able to SSH, Telnet, or FTP from those boxes to another part of the network. I don't care if they monkey around on the actual subnet, but I just don't want them to be able to source SSH/FTP/Telnet from those boxes to another part of the network.
Understanding that SSH is used to reach the servers, how can I (or can I) lock this down with an access-list.
Note that the permit ip any any at the end allows all other traffic from the 10.0.0.x network including traffic from the servers 10.0.0.1 -> 6 that isn't ftp/ssh or telnet out to the rest of the network.
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