ICND2 3.0: Configuring ACLs

Cisco ICND2 3.0    |    Intermediate
  • 3 Videos | 1h 42m 21s
  • Includes Assessment
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An access control list (ACL) is a programmed statement used to permit or deny network traffic based on specified criteria. Explore ACL types, how they operate, and their configuration, as you prepare for the 200-105: Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices Part 2 certification exam.


  • recognize the syntax used for displaying IP access lists
    specify the syntax used to remove an ACL from an interface
    specify how ACLs are identified
    identify the main types of ACLs used by Cisco devices
    recognize the syntax used for configuring an ACL
    recognize ACL type based on its usable range and ability to be matched to a source or destination on an individual port basis
    identify the characteristics of extended access lists
    recognize an access list type that can deny traffic using source and destination addresses
    identify the syntax used to apply an ACL
  • recognize the purpose of show access-lists
    specify the syntax used to display IPv6 filtering status
    recognize the Cisco service that examines the path of a specific type of packet
    recognize characteristics of the Path Trace application
    recognize the characteristics of the APIC-EM
    specify the information resulting from path trace
    specify the protocol used by APIC-EM to identify information
    identify the APIC-EM tool used to collect network topology and routing data



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