Information Technology Services manages the Access Control Lists (ACLs) on the routers on the campus network. ACL changes might be required to allow or disallow various network services to be available to departmental networks. Limit network traffic to increase network performance.
Provide traffic flow control. ACLs can restrict the delivery of routing updates to ensure that the updates are from a known source. By default, a router does not have ACLs configured; therefore, by default a router does not filter traffic. Traffic that enters the router is routed solely based on information within the routing table. However, when an ACL is applied to an interface, the router performs the additional task of evaluating all network packets as they pass through the interface to determine if the packet can be forwarded.

Pre-requisites/Implementation Technologies

1 . Basic Networking knowledge
2 . Knowledge on Campus Network
3 . Know about Access Control List
1 . Local Area Network
2 . IP addressing Scheme
3 . Basic Switch configuration
4 . Basic Router Configuration
5 . Implementing Access Control List
1 . Cisco 1900 routers – (Any Cisco router which supports inter vlan routing would sufficient)
2 . Cisco 2960 switches – (Any Cisco router which supports vlans would suffice)
3 . PC with Cisco packet trace Software (if the above equipments are unavailable)

Note: One kit will be provided per team for practice.

Project Development Lifecycle

Day Action plan Detailed Plan
Day 1 Project Analysis 1. Explanation about the Project Development cycle
2. Project requirements
3. Introduction to project and basic functionary
Day 2 Physical topology 1. Connecting system in a network
2. IP addressing scheme
3. Verifying end to end connectivity
Day 3 Routers and switches Configuration 1. Know how to configure Basic router
2. Implementing Static Routing/Dynamic Routing
3. Basic switch configuration
Day 4 Standard ACL implementation 1. Know about Standard ACL
2. Implementing the standard ACL
3. Verifying the Network connectivity
Day 5 Extended ACL implementation 1. Knowing about the difference between Standard ACL and Extended ACL
2. Implementing the Extended ACL
3. Verify the Network connectivity after implementing the ACL
Day 6 Blocking the services 1. Blocking http services to the particular Network
2. Blocking ftp access to the particular Network
3. Blocking the mail services to the specific Network
4. Documenting the Project

Team Size and Price

Team Size Price for Team
4 4000

Note: A team can have maximum of 4 members.

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