CCNA-2 Case Study

Hello out there,

I have an assignment which involves three routers connected serially and each with private networks connected to it.

From left to right, the two outer networks requires an ACL command to restrict access to the other network but to one item which is supposed to be a server's IP address number located in the centre router's connected network.

I thought that this would be easy where that all you need is a couple of lines of code that will permit ip access of the reuired subnet of the outer networks to only the server and the second line to deny ip access to the rest. The codes are as follows:

access-list 101 ip permit [source subnet] [destination IP address] [any] access-list 101 ip permit any access-list 101 ip deny any any

access-list 101 ip permit host any access-list 101 ip deny any any

The problems is that I keep on getting errors that this is bugging me. What am I doing wrong?

Can someone help as that this would be appretiated.

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Captain Apollo
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You got too many "any's" in there. You only use any's when you do not specifiy an address whether it be source or destination ie access-list 101 permit ip any access-list 101 permit ip any access-list 101 permit ip access-list 101 permit ip any any

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Brian V

I found the solution.

access-list 101 permit ip

The commands were correct (although what I worte here is different). It was that the router simmulation software was incorrect.

After several hours in the network lab testing them on three Cisco 2811 routers connected serially, I noticed that the command worked the first time and now the assignment is documented and finally completed waiting for correction.

The routing simulation software is called CCNA Network Visualiser Version

5.0.12 with the latest upgrades. What a great software bug to find out now.

Kindest Regards

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