Time Based Access-List


As the owner of a large swiss watch company you would like to make sure your employees are unable to browse the Internet during working hours. Time is money so it’s time to find a solution…


  • All IP addresses have been configured for you, look at the topology picture for the IP addresses.
  • OSPF has been configured for full connectivity.
  • Configure router Tube so users are unable to access the HTTP server on weekdays between 9:00 – 17:00.


Time Based Access-List

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    1. That’s possible but I always like to use routers and switches to test things as servers and clients might not be around all the time or maybe we don’t have access to them.

      Using telnet to connect to port 80 will simulate a TCP connection to port 80 so it’s a good way to test an acces-list like this.

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