Standard ACL Packet Tracer Challenge

Packet Tracer Challenge Overview

Learn the basics of using standard access lists with these Packet Tracer graded activities. In the activities, the networks have been pre-configured. All you need to do is write the access list, and decide where to apply it. Open the Packet Tracer files, follow the written instructions and the instructions on the topology diagrams.

Standard ACL Practice #1

In this Packet Tracer exercise, the goal is to create a simple standard ACL to permit one network and block the other. Follow the written instructions on where to apply the access list.

Download

The Packet Tracer file is created with Packet Tracer 5.3.3. The Packet Tracer Activity file will track your progress and give you a completion percentage and point total. You can download it here: standardACL-practice1.zip

Standard ACL Practice #2

In this exercise the goal is to permit two hosts, one from the yellow network and one from the blue network, to reach the green network. In this exercise you need to figure out where to apply the ACL so that the intended networks are effected. Hint: standard ACL are usually applied closest to the destination network effected.

 

Download

The Packet Tracer file is created with Packet Tracer 5.3.3. The Packet Tracer Activity file will track your progress and give you a completion percentage and point total. You can download the file here: standardACL-practice2.zip

Author: Dan

Dan teaches computer networking and security classes at Central Oregon Community College.

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