Video Description

Access Control List This lesson covers the access control list (ACL) which is an important part of network access security. The ACL is a list of allowed users, media access control (MAC) addresses and IP addresses. It allows us to dictate who and who is not allowed to talk on a network and whose allowed to send packets over to certain parts of our network; which provides protection against unauthorized users who can transmit data. The ACL list allows for:

  • Media access control (MAC) filtering

  • IP filtering

  • Port filtering

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CompTIA Network+

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Admin Anthony

System Analyst and Administrator at SAIC

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