- the deny ip any any that is at the end of every ACL
Explanation: The first two lines of the ACL allow traffic from a particular application from the IP address 10.0.55.23 destined for 10.0.70.55. Because neither of these lines meets the criterion of request for information from a secure web page (port 443 is HTTPS) from 10.0.55.23 to the web server located at 10.0.70.5, no action is taken by the router. The third line is a match and because the “permission” is to deny the packet, the packet is dropped. No further examination is done by the router.
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