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Need help with an access list.

We got a lab in class last night. Our teacher wasn't there so we were completelt on our own. I got 2 out of the 3, but this one I'm completely stumped. Am I supposed to make a named access list? We can't make a VLAN on the switch either, it all has to be in the routers.


Re: Need help with an access list.

Use subnetting to break the major network to small chunks. Assign Ip each from subnet to hosts. Now u can apply standard ACL with permit/deny for each IP host.

Re: Need help with an access list.

HI abrrymnvette, [Pls Rate if Helps]

Break the Major class B Subnet as small Chunks (even smaller than as show in this example). I have divided just for example. - - WebServer - - Network A - - Network B - - RouterA - RouterB


Router B:

access-list 10 permit tcp ip host eq http

Router A:

access-list 20 permit tcp ip host eq telnet host

access-list 30 deny icmp

Pls Re-check the same & go-ahead with your LAB.

PLs Rate if Helps

Best Regards,

Guru Prasad R

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Re: Need help with an access list.

Thanks for the responses guys. What I don't understand is how you keep the PC on network B from accessing the Web Server A that's also on network B. I doesn't need to go through the router to get to it, so how's an ACL going to stop it?

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Re: Need help with an access list.

Nevermind, I see it now. I wasn't seeing the break it down even further and make each node it's own network on the network segment. Thanks a ton guys. I don't know why I didn't see to do that. Greatly appreciated!!!!!!

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