In your own words, summarize what you have learned about implementing and troubleshooting Calls. Total 40 Write a paragraph (minimum five college-level sentences) below that summarizes what was accomplished in this lab; what you learned by performing it; how it relates to this week’s Tacos and other course material; and, just as important, how you feel it will benefit you in your academic and professional career. (20 points) , In this lab I was able to implement and troubleshoot Calls. In working wrought this lab, learned how to create an extended access list to deny specific Telnet traffic.
I did this by applying the access list to multiple interfaces and used show commands to verify the access list syntax. I then verified that the access list worked by generating different types of traffic. I was able to practice troubleshooting skills by copying a problematic list from the T FPC server and used show commands in order to discover why the new access list did not work. At the end of the lab, I reconfigured the access list so that it would work n the way that it was intended to work. I then performed a test on the access list.
Working through these labs gave me the hands on experience and practice in implementing and operating a simple Cisco network that includes real switches, routers, and remote access technologies. Copy and paste the following corrections from your Implementing and Troubleshooting Calls lab below.