I have been told that when you apply an access list you apply it as close to the source as you can, so If I need an access list to permit my users to only use port 80 out to the internet, do I apply this on the inside ethernet interface or the outside serial ?
In general, apply it to the source, means at the first hop not after crossing many hops (routers).
I prefer to apply it at G.W ethernet interface, but take care that you need to manage the router from your IP address. i.e. don't apply before you add a permit entry for your IP address in order to access the router.
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