While examining excessive traffic on the network, it is noted that all incoming packets on an interface appear to be allowed even though an IPv4 ACL is applied to the interface. Which two misconfigurations cause this behavior? (Choose two)

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While examining excessive traffic on the network, it is noted that all incoming packets on an interface appear to be allowed even though an IPv4 ACL is applied to the interface. Which two misconfigurations cause this behavior? (Choose two)

  • A. The packets fail to match any permit statement
  • B. A matching permit statement is too high in the access test
  • C. A matching permit statement is too broadly defined
  • D. The ACL is empty
  • E. A matching deny statement is too high in the access list

Correct Answer: BD
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