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jdmailny1

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[HELP] After creating a ACL what else needs to be done ? Firewal

After creating an access control list on a Cisco firewall device, what else must be done to make use of the ACL.
Which one is correct.
Apply the access list to an interface
Create at least two VLANS
Add at least one static translation
Configure a loopback interface.

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Re: [HELP] After creating a ACL what else needs to be done ? Fir

I remember this homework question. The answer is:

Add at least one static translation

Without a translation NAT might not function correctly. That said, don't believe everything you read on the Internet.

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DO YOUR OWN DAMNED HOMEWORK


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reply to Bink
said by Bink:

Add at least one static translation

Totally wrong. The answer is definitely "Create at least two VLANS".


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said by TomS_:

said by Bink:

Add at least one static translation

Totally wrong. The answer is definitely "Create at least two VLANS".

I thought we had to do all the above?

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quote:
what else must be done to make use of the ACL.
Depends on what you're trying to do...
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reply to jdmailny1
This is CCNA 2 coursework material..

You would apply the ACL to an interface in one direction, whether outbound or inbound.

Inbound as in traffic headed to the interface, outbound as in traffic headed away from the interface.

There's lots of details to know about. I suggest reading over ACL's in more detail. I remember this being a pain in the ass subject when I took my CCNA test.