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Switch ACLs

1. Port ACLs Can only be applied on physical L2 interfaces on a switch (not on etherchannels). They can only be applied on the inbound direction. A port ACL can be either a Standard ACL, an Extended ACL or an Extended MAC ACL. Only one standard or extended ACL and …

More ACLs

1. Time-based ACLs Define the time range: Add the time-range to the ACL: 2. Reflexive ACLs A reflexive ACL is used to permit outgoing traffic that was originated on one side of the connection (inside) and allow the returning packets from the other side (outside), but to deny traffic that …

ACLs 101

An ACL contains one or more ACEs (Entries) that permit or deny traffic and have an implicit deny any at the end. 1. Numbered ACLs 1.1 Standard ACLs You cannot edit one individual entry in a numbered ACL. The ACL must be deleted and re-created. 1.2 Extended ACLs 1.2.1 Established …