If a packet with a source address of 172.18.20.55, a destination address of 172.18.20.3, and a protocol of 21 is received on the interface, is the packet permitted or denied?

IT Questions BankCategory: IT EssentialsIf a packet with a source address of 172.18.20.55, a destination address of 172.18.20.3, and a protocol of 21 is received on the interface, is the packet permitted or denied?
If a packet with a source address of 172.18.20.55, a destination address of 172.18.20.3, and a protocol of 21 is received on the interface, is the packet permitted or denied? 1Administrator Staff asked 5 months ago
An ACL is applied inbound on a router interface. The ACL consists of a single entry:
access-list 210 permit tcp 172.18.20.0 0.0.0.31 172.18.20.32 0.0.0.31 eq ftp .

If a packet with a source address of 172.18.20.55, a destination address of 172.18.20.3, and a protocol of 21 is received on the interface, is the packet permitted or denied?

  • permitted
  • denied

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