Besides filtering the traffic on an interface level, ACLs can be associated with many other device features, including filtering traffic on VTY lines. In a previous module, you learned how you can configure Telnet or SSH acsess to a device (e.g., router or switch) using the line vty command.
Sometimes you may not want to accept all Telnet/SSH connections to or from the device. In order to manipulate this you must define an ACL that defines the type of traffic that will be allowed or denied on the VTY line. The ACL can be numbered or named. You . . .
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