For this lab you need REAL hardware. You can’t use switches in GNS3!
You need at least a Cisco Catalyst 3550 switch for this lab.
The network agency corporation has security issues with their network. They are familiar with the configuration of access-lists but they have no idea how to filter traffic within a VLAN. You are familiar with Cisco catalyst switches so you decide to help them out to configure some VLAN access-lists (VACL).
- Configure all IP addresses as specified in the topology picture.
- Configure SW1 so router DNS1 and DNS2 are unable to ping each other. Other traffic should be allowed.
- The interfaces on SW1 have to be layer 2 switchports.
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Basic IOS for the switches should be sufficient. No special features needed.
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