Re: How to create a Access list on core switch to bloxk all Inte
The exact syntax depends on your subnets and how they connect to the Internet. If you can share a simple diagram that would be much more informative.
In general just remember that access-lists are parsed from the top down and as soon as a match is found, the processing stops. So you put the most specific rules at the top. also, once you add an access-list, there is an implicit "deny any any" at the end.
The best approach is to create some network object-groups and then refer to them in your access list. From your description, that would be something like three object-groups - one for the Intranet (Intranet), one for the allowed servers that can use Internet (allowed_servers), and a third for the permitted Internet sites (allowed_sites).
You would then use them as follows:
ip access-list extended main_acl
permit any object-group intranet any
permit object-group allowed_servers object-group allowed_sites any
ip access-group main_acl in
More details on the syntax and examples can be found here:
We have configured the outside and inside Interface with official ipv6 adresses, set a default route on outside Interface to our router, we also have definied a rule , which also gets hits, to permit tcp from inside Interface to any6.
In Syslog I also se...