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Hello and welcome back to icy need one interconnecting Cisco networking devices. Part one. This is a lesson 6.1 introduction basic. I pee before a c l's. I'm trading Darrelle. I'll be your instructor for this course. This lesson recovering how to the configure access control is ready or the concepts
we're gonna look at mainly the basic standard numbered lists. We look at the extended lists
in the following lesson,
and the first listener is gonna go with the foundation's how they match packets. You know how to actually set it up. You know,
different things. On
what an a. C l actually is the second lesson. We're actually gonna go through and set up a real small, real basic a c l configuration for a network lab.
And, as always, get into a few pre assessment questions here. Which of the foul? Which of these would match and permit Tendo 12 32 2 59 Give a few seconds to think about it. See if you figure it out.
All right. Hopefully you got
on Lee the permit any
I'll show you. Why in the foundation's listen, why? That was the only one that would actually permit
this The number. Your letter d would match that packet, but it would not permit it.
And the second pre assessment here, what is the standard A CEO match on? Give me a few seconds,
but it is the source I p we'll go over the extended A seal's what? Those match on as well.
What command is explicitly were implied at the end of an A C L
Give me a few seconds.
It is the Deny. Any command we'll go over. Why? It's good to actually put your own deny any commanding. But at the end of every A CEO is a deny any kind
and the next up. So we're gonna go with the foundation's meaning. We're gonna look at how the packets match wouldn't look at how on a cli she works.
And as always, if you have questions if you need help, feel free to shoot me. Message. Otherwise, thank you for washing this lesson introduction for this scene in the rest of it
This course will enable students to understand virtualization and cloud services, and network programmability related to LAN, access and core segments.