Access control lists (ACLs) are mechanisms available on different network devices (e.g., routers, switches, firewalls, servers, etc.) and are used to restrict access based on a series of parameters:
- Source MAC address
- Destination MAC address
- Source IP address
- Destination IP address
- Port numbers or services
- Time of day
ACLs allow you to assign permissions to a particular object in order to restrict access on the network or within a specific network area. One common way of restricting network access in wireless environments is based on . . .
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