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What are the two main types of access control lists (ACLs)?

  1. Standard
  2. IEEE
  3. Extended
  4. Specialized

[A]. 1 and 3
[B]. 2 and 4
[C]. 3 and 4
[D]. 1 and 2

Answer: Option A


Standard and extended access control lists (ACLs) are used to configure security on a router.

Mushfiq said: (Jan 29, 2013)  
What is ACLs?

Mannir Musa said: (Jun 4, 2013)  
ACL is a set of data that informs computer operating system which permissions or access rights that each user group has.

Zia said: (Jun 18, 2013)  
What is router?

Divya said: (Jun 19, 2013)  
Router works network layer.

It routes packets according to the routing table.

Which it maintains statically and dynamically.

Meena said: (Jul 27, 2013)  
What is ACLs? and what is main purpose of ACLs. Where it is work? any one known then explain it.

Noone said: (Aug 20, 2013)  
ACLs are lists of instructions you apply to a router's interface. These lists tell the router what kinds of packets to accept and what kinds of packets to deny. Acceptance and denial can be based on certain specifications, such as source address, destination address and port number. ACLs enable you to manage traffic and scan specific packets by applying the ACL to a router interface. Any traffic going through the interface is tested against certain conditions that are part of the ACL.

Navin said: (Sep 11, 2013)  
Access control list has two type of security first standard and second extended both used to configuration security on a router.

Gaurav said: (Mar 21, 2014)  
Please explain where is used standard ?

And where is used extended ? or Hindi meaning explain?

Priyanga said: (Jan 22, 2015)  
Please explain where is standard and extended ACLs are used.

Deepak Kumar Singh said: (Mar 24, 2015)  
Yes @Divya's 2nd point is right. It routes packets according to the routing table.

1-And you can also say that router works is connected between two or more than two networks mean you can connect many different network.

Hari said: (Oct 8, 2015)  
As a network administrator, you are writing a standard ACL that will deny any traffic from the, but permit all other traffic. Which command should you used?

Shiv said: (Feb 10, 2016)  
Are the ACL and firewall same?

Rohit said: (Jun 30, 2016)  
what is the use of ACLs?

Pradeepkumar said: (Jul 7, 2016)  
Tell me, where we used the standard and Extended ACL?

Sid said: (Sep 17, 2016)  
Can anyone explain about ACLs types and there use?

Harinarayan Pandey said: (Nov 6, 2016)  
Please define what is standard and extended? And where both are uses?

Siddesh said: (Dec 4, 2016)  
What is extended and standard?

Shabbir said: (May 28, 2017)  
An access control list (ACLs) is a table that tells a computer operating system which access rights each user has to a particular system object, such as a file directory or individual file. Each object has a security attribute that identifies its access control list.

Priyadarshini said: (Jul 9, 2017)  
Please, explain what is extended and standard ACLs?

Sajjad said: (Jul 15, 2017)  
Standard ACL can permit and deny traffic based on only source address where as Extended ACL can permit and deny trafic based on Both source and destination address.

Aravind Kumaran said: (Jun 12, 2018)  
I am not getting the answer. Please give a clear explanation.

Maruthi said: (Nov 8, 2018)  
ACL are a list of introduction used in router interface. According to These introductions, the router decides the what kind of packets to accept and want kind of pockets to Denny, this depends on the source address and the destination address.

They are two types of ACL.

1 standard - it controls the traffic based on the source address.
2 extended - it controls traffic based on both destination address and source address.

Rakesh Kumar Madheshiya said: (Sep 26, 2019)  
Router is a device which used to connect internet basically router convert the analog signal into digital and vice versa.

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