Thursday, May 09, 2013





Here's a new CCNA Security practice exam for you!  Let's jump right in!


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Today, I've got three questions for you on some fundamental Cisco security features.... and no choices on these questions!


1.  When writing a standard ACL, in what two ways can you identify that the source address stated is the only possible match?




2.  In that same standard ACL, in what two ways can you state that any address should match a particular line?


3.   You want to apply an ACL to your VTY lines.  What command allows you to do that?






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And now... the answers!

1.  In a standard ACL, you can do that with a wildcard mask of 0.0.0.0 or by using the host option.

2.  To indicate any address should match a standard ACL line, use the wildcard mask 255.255.255.255 or the any option.

3.  Use the access-class command to apply an ACL to your VTY lines (for Telnet access).


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