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I am stuck. Extended ACL issues

I been at this for a long time and I simply do not know what this practice lab wants. I mean I think I input the correct information but the % does not go up.

Says for my ACL's I'm supposed to

Allow telnet to R1 and R3 from R2 only

Do not allow HTTP, Telnet, and FTP traffic from the Internet to PC1.

Do not allow PC1 to receive traffic from the network.

I emplemented many ACL's and tried various things but nothing is working form me.

PC1 address is - /25 its part of the network. (Pc1 is connected to R1)

R1 is connected to R2 and R3.

The R1 connection to R2 is on S0/0/0

R1 to R3 connection is going through S0/1/0

R2 is connected to R1 via S0/0/0 interface with the IP address /30 (

R2's s0/0/1 is connected to R3 with the ip address of

R3 is connected to R1 via S0/0/0 ip address

Pc3 is connected to R3 with an ip of 255.255.128 (This is part of the network

R3's connection to R2 is on S0/0/1 with the ip address of 255.255.252

The network from R1 to R2 is

the Network from R1 to R3 is

the Network from R2 to R3 is

The Loopback on R2 is

If anyone can help me I would greatly appreciate it. I am just so lost atm =/


Re: I am stuck. Extended ACL issues

Are you running a routing protocol? OSPF, EIGRP, RIP?

What "%" are you talking about, and what's not working for you exactly?

Can we get a drawing of you topology?



HTH, John *** Please rate all useful posts ***