An administrator created and applied an outbound Telnet extended ACL on a router to prevent router-initiated Telnet sessions. What is a consequence of this configuration?

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An administrator created and applied an outbound Telnet extended ACL on a router to prevent router-initiated Telnet sessions. What is a consequence of this configuration?

  • The ACL will not work as desired because an outbound ACL cannot block router-initiated traffic.
  • The ACL will work as desired as long as it is applied to the correct interface.
  • The ACL will not work because only standard ACLs can be applied to vty lines.
  • The ACL will work as long as it will be applied to all vty lines.

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