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Example 1: Deny access to all hosts except 192.1.1.5:
Security Mask #1: 255.255.255.255 Mask #1 Action: Deny
Security Mask #2: 192.1.1.5 Mask #2 Action: Permit
Since 255 is a wild card, Mask #1 blocks all IP Addresses. Mask
#2 then specifically grants access to 192.1.1.5 only.
Example 2: Allow access only by addresses that begin with 192:
Security Mask #1: 255.255.255.255 Mask #1 Action: Deny
Security Mask #2: 192.255.255.255 Mask #2 Action: Permit
Since 255 is a wild card, Mask #1 blocks all IP addresses Mask
#2 then grants access to all addresses that begin with 192.
Example 3: Allow access only by addresses that begin with 192,
deny access to 192.1.1.5.
Security Mask #1: 255.255.255.255 Mask #1 Action: Deny
Security Mask #2: 192.255.255.255 Mask #2 Action: Permit
Security Mask #3: 192.1.1.5 Mask #3 Action: Deny
Since 255 is a wild card, Mask #1 blocks all IP addresses. Mask
#2 then grants access to all addresses that begin with 192.
Finally, Mask #3 specifically blocks access by 192.1.1.5.
Note:
·Mask #5 has priority over the four other masks. If
Mask #5 is set to deny access by
“255.255.255.255” (all wild cards), all IP
addresses will be blocked, and you will not be able
to access the CMS Command Mode via network.
Access will only be allowed via the Console Port
or Modem Port.
·When using the wild card address
“255.255.255.255” to block access by all IP
addresses, make certain that at least one higher
priority mask permits access by your IP address.
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