Hi I'm configuring 2 named extended access-lists on a Cisco 1600 router but can't get them working properly. The first (Unrestricted) is to allow certain workstations unlimited access to the internet. The second (Restricted) is for the rest of the workstations to have access only to certain sites.
This is the newest version that I came up with & was wondering if anyone would if know if these would work or of any suggestions to try. Any help is greatly appreciated. The whole network is on the same subnet, 10.10.10.0/24.
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