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March 23rd, 2017 in ICND2 200-105 Go to comments

Question 1


ACLs on the Cisco Wireless LAN Controller (WLC) are meant to restrict or permit wireless clients to services on its WLAN. With WLC we can verify the ACLs on the ACL web page and verify that your ACL changes were applied to the controller’s interface.

Comments (7) Comments
  1. MikeJS
    April 6th, 2017

    Can’t Cisco APIC-EM verify ACL’s?

  2. Fred the Sled
    May 3rd, 2017

    I’m with MikeJS. Note: Then there’s also section 4.5, “Verify ACLs using the APIC-EM Path Trace ACL analysis tool.” That sounds straightforward enough if you can get your hands on the tool, but is not going to fail you by itself if it’s the only thing you don’t know. SOURCE: http://packetpushers.net/20702/

  3. please-clap
    May 9th, 2017

    WLC’s have nothing to do with tracing ACL’s. WLC’s are used as centralized management systems for LWAPP/CAPWAP access points (as opposed to autonomously configured AP’s).

    From another site:”APIC-EM implements ACL Path Trace which is a special app developed to determine the impact of ACLs in the Network.” I’m with Fred ^

  4. Anonymous
    May 20th, 2017

    9tut can you explain more about this question?It looks Cisco APIC-EM is the correct one

  5. Jo-Mama
    June 8th, 2017

    I’m glad I’m not the only one wondering this. I’m going to try to find an answer to this question, bc this guy is not helpful.

  6. Jo-Mama
    June 8th, 2017

    So I believe when it asks for platform that means the device specifically. APIC-EM is an application, not a platform. Wireless LAN Controllers have APIC-EM loaded on them and they use it to verify ACLs. That’s just my guess. I found a lot of people that argue that the answer is APIC-EM. This question is too confusing.

  7. Piping & Gandalf
    July 6th, 2017

    The answer is correct. You can create, verify, test and apply ACL on WLAN Controllers interfaces.