appling access list that allows dynamic ip telnet connectivity.
I connect to a firewall via a VPN connection from home. I then telnet to a router in that same network and get denied because of the access list. If I do an ipconfig on my home pc I can see my IP address and then have someone at the NOC apply that IP address to the router access list as a permit. I can then VPN in and telnet to the router successfully. Because my IP address at home is never the same (Dynamic) I must change the access list each time I establish a new session. Is there some option on the router that I can set up to avoid this problem. Such as, have the routers access list look for authenication instead of IP.
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