Refer to the exhibit. A network administrator is configuring an IPv6 ACL to allow hosts on the 2001:DB8:CAFÉ:10::/64 network to access remote web servers, except for PC1. However, a user on PC1 can successfully access the web server PC2. Why is this possible?

IT Questions BankCategory: CCNA SecurityRefer to the exhibit. A network administrator is configuring an IPv6 ACL to allow hosts on the 2001:DB8:CAFÉ:10::/64 network to access remote web servers, except for PC1. However, a user on PC1 can successfully access the web server PC2. Why is this possible?

Refer to the exhibit. A network administrator is configuring an IPv6 ACL to allow hosts on the 2001:DB8:CAFÉ:10::/64 network to access remote web servers, except for PC1. However, a user on PC1 can successfully access the web server PC2. Why is this possible?

  • The IPv6 ACL Deny_WEB is spelled incorrectly when applied to the interface.
  • The IPv6 ACL Deny_WEB is applied to the wrong interface of router R1.
  • The IPv6 ACL Deny_WEB is applied in the incorrect direction on router R1.
  • The IPv6 ACL Deny_WEB is permitting all web traffic before the specific host is blocked.

Explanation: The IPv6 ACL Deny_WEB is permitting all encrypted and unencrypted web traffic before the specific network host is blocked because of the sequence of commands that were entered by the administrator. To correct this issue, the IPv6 ACL Deny_WEB needs to be reordered with the more specific deny statements coming prior to the permit statements.

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