I have a problem with access-lists that are applied to a interface cutting off all traffic to that interface. The sample access-list works fine on a 2600 but when applied to a 4000, it does the whole "cutting off traffic" thing. Any ideas?
The problem was that applying that particular access-list killed ping and telnet as well. As far I could tell there's no reason that should have happened unless there was a problem with the router. Very possible considering this is an abused 4000 series.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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