Last Updated on April 30, 2021 by Admin
A network administrator is explaining to a junior colleague the use of the lt and gt keywords when filtering packets using an extended ACL. Where would the lt or gt keywords be used?
- in an IPv6 extended ACL that stops packets going to one specific destination VLAN
- in an IPv4 named standard ACL that has specific UDP protocols that are allowed to be used on a specific server
- in an IPv6 named ACL that permits FTP traffic from one particular LAN getting to another LAN
- in an IPv4 extended ACL that allows packets from a range of TCP ports destined for a specific network device
Answers Explanation & Hints:
The lt and gt keywords are used for defining a range of port numbers that are less than a particular port number or greater than a particular port number.