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Applying ACLs to Interfaces

    Applying ACLs to Interfaces

    In Part 7 of the video series on Access Control Lists we finally apply access lists to an Interface.

    In Video 1 we discussed that an ACL is simply a tool used to identify traffic on a Cisco Router. We discussed that what an ACL does is a result of how you apply it. In this video we’ll show you the most common application of an ACL — applying it as a Packet Filter.

    The specific subjects and timestamps for what we talk through are below:

    • 0:00 – Start
    • 0:12 – Review of Part 1
    • 0:51 – Applying ACLs to Interfaces
    • 1:37 – Applying IPv6 ACLs to Interfaces
    • 2:21 – Maximum number of ACLs applied to an Interface
    • 3:12 – Outro and Teaser for next video

    Enjoy =)

    Series NavigationIPv6 Access Lists >>ACLs… Closer to the Source or the Destination? >>
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