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Security Wizard

I think I blocked everyone on the network from accessing the Internet via port 80. I was using the Cisco Network Assistant and I thought I was blocking port 80 only for fa0/8. However, I think I ended up blocking port 80 on all ports instead! Now I am unable to reach the Cisco 3560 via the web interface or the Network Assistant!!!

Here is the code:

spanning-tree mode rapid-pvst

spanning-tree extend system-id

spanning-tree vlan 1,5 priority 0



vlan access-map SecWiz 10

action forward

match ip address SecWiz_Fa0_8_in_ip

vlan filter SecWiz vlan-list 1

vlan internal allocation policy ascending


interface Null0

no ip unreachables

How do I reverse this NOW!!!

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Re: Security Wizard

I got it. You need to put "" around the name of the access-map. I was not using "" before. So for example, you need to type:

no vlan access-map "SecWiz"

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