the first order of business. I am going to
show you how to create standard access lists.
what I have done already is I have added network 30
which were the three Lou backs
dot a dot a 30 that tend on 9.9 30 10 not 10 not 10. The three Lou backs that we had created previously on router to one. I went ahead and added Those two are SPF. So here you see my network statement. This one network statement takes care of all three loop axe. I said network 30 that $10.00
since the second and third octave changed.
I used to five fives in the second and third octet to tell the router I don't care what value values you let through for the third and fourth octet. The first and second octet match. Exactly. Let me show you those interfaces again. Show interfaces
I p interface breathe.
And these were the Lou backs we had previously created on Router 10 for r E i g R P manual summarize Ishan. I'm just going to use them for a different purpose.
So you see, router to
already has these in its routing. Tomo shou id be route.
The three Lou backs on router to one. I'm going to see if I can reach them from Host Tree. So I go to the command prompt
And I say paying 30 dot Tenn 30.0.8 at eight.
the first request timed out for the AARP.
Uh, requesting reply process 30 dot Tenn 30.0.9 dot nine.
And I have a reply from 9.9 and
And I'm getting replies from $30. 10. 10 10.
Now I'm going to create an access list on router to
host tree should be about should be able not about Abel
trooping 30 dot Tenn dot a 126.96.36.199
and all addresses on the network on network to a one.
So host three should be able to ping
this loop back address on Lee on Router to a one
and all addresses on the 200 network, which means studios, you know, 10 address on router to a one which is 202 102 102
the serial zeroes, you know, zero address show I P I N t brief and the serial 000 address on router one.
Host tree should not be able to paying anything else.