Hey everybody! Currently i've run into an issue. I have RDP set up for a client and it works when we hit the WAN ip address on port 3389. However, it works for everybody, and not just for our network (were an ISP with a /23 network that we work from in the office). I want only our network to be able to remote into the server we have set up at the client site.
This is the ACL i've put in place on the WAN interface using "ip access-group 100 in" however it doesnt work, and i really dont know why. It should allow us in, then block everyone else. Any ideas why its not working? When i apply it, nobody can remote into that server.
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