Access-List Logging


The local boyscout needs your help as a network engineer. They want to make sure everytime their router receives an OSPF packet this will be logged on their local router. Think you can help them out?


  • All IP addresses have been preconfigured for you.
  • OSPF has been configured for you.
  • Configure router Scout so every OSPF packet that is received on the interface will be logged. Use an access-list for this.
  • Your log file should be updated every 4 packets.
  • Make sure you log the MAC address of the device sending the OSPF packet.




Access List Logging

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