hi guys i'm a bit confuse about how access-lists works. i don't exactly understand when to use the ip access-group command and when not. Cause what i've learn yet a few days ago from some1 on this forum is that's it seems to have an access-lists activated without having the ip access-group command bound to an interface.
ill explane brief what my issue was if i may. I had conf a cisco 2611 for i-net access bout could not ping the default- gateway. my fault was that i had use the ip access-group out on my lan interface and when i removed it, it solved my problem.
i'm sorry my store seems a bit long but just wanted to give a good idea of the picture. so any help is welcome in explaning or directing me to some good books...or s'thing like access-lists for dummies.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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