What is ACL command?
An access control list (ACL) consists of one or more access control entries (ACEs) that collectively define the network traffic profile. This profile can then be referenced by Cisco IOS XR Software software features such as traffic filtering, priority or custom queueing, and dynamic access control.
How do you do a simple ACL?
To create a simple ACL6 by using the GUI: Navigate to System > Network > ACLs and, on the Simple ACL6s tab, add a new simple ACL6. To remove a single simple ACL by using the GUI: Navigate to System > Network > ACLs and, on the Simple ACLs tab, delete the simple ACL.
What commands can be used to verify implementation of ACL is on a device?
Use the show ip interface command to verify that the ACL is applied to the correct interface.
How do I setup a nexus access list?
- Create the object group for the IPs. NEXUS-SW#conf.
- Create the rule (using ip means all traffic, including tcp & udp), last rule is explicit deny traffic. NEXUS-SW(config)#ip access list ACL-OFFICE.
- Verify the rule using the “expanded” options. NEXUS-SW# show access-lists ACL-OFFICE.
- Apply the ACL in your vlan.
What do you understand by ACL and how it works?
Access Control Lists “ACLs” are network traffic filters that can control incoming or outgoing traffic. ACLs work on a set of rules that define how to forward or block a packet at the router’s interface.
Which command is used to apply an ACL to an interface?
To apply an access list, the proper command is ip access-group 101 in .
What command will you use to verify the ACL?
show ip interface command
Use the show ip interface command to verify that the ACL is applied to the correct interface. The output will display the name of the access list and the direction in which it was applied to the interface. Use the show access-lists command to display the access-lists configured on the router.