What is an Access-List?
An Access-list is a list of addresses or ranges of addresses to which you have been granted access. Access-lists are commonly used with routers and switches, but they can be used with other networking devices as well.
1. What is an access-list?
An access-list is a list of all the devices that you want to share with a specific network. The access-list is designed to be applied to a router. The access-list can be applied to a router by using the access-list command. The access-list can also be applied to a switch using the access-list command. The access-list is used to configure the firewall on a router and a switch. An access-list is a list of devices that you want to share with a specific network.
2. How to create an access-list
An access-list is a list of IP addresses or ranges of IP addresses that are allowed or denied access to a router. The access-list is also known as a permit list and a deny list. An access-list can be used in a variety of ways, such as: — Denying access to all addresses not in the access-list — Denying access to only certain addresses — Allowing access to only certain addresses — Allowing access to certain addresses, but only during certain hours — Allowing access to certain addresses, but only during certain days — Allowing access to certain addresses, but only during certain weeks
3. How to use an access-list
An access-list is a type of filter that controls which packets are allowed to pass through a network interface. An access-list is used to specify the source and destination addresses of the packets that pass through the interface. The list is examined by the router that is acting as the interface’s gateway, and the router will only allow packets through the interface that match the list.
A network access-list is a list of network traffic that an administrator can make. The administrator can then specify what types of network communication are allowed and disallowed on the network. The administrator can block or allow different types of network traffic, such as web traffic, email traffic, or FTP traffic. The administrator can also block or allow different types of IP addresses or MAC addresses. The administrator can specify which computers on the network are allowed to use the access-list. The administrator can also specify how the network traffic is processed. For example, the administrator can specify that the network traffic is first routed to a router, then to a switch, then to a host, and finally to a specific application.