HOW TO CONFIGURE EXTENDED ACCESS LIST ON ROUTER

Extended Access Control (ACL) on your wireless router helps to allow or deny the network traffic from a specific IP address to a specific destination IP address. You can specify which IP address should be denied or permitted by configuring ACL. Follow the below given steps to configure extended access list on router.

The features of Extended Access Control (ACL) are listed here.

  • STEP : 1 Packet filtering depends on the source IP address, destination IP address, and port numbers.
  • STEP : 2 You can permit or allow aspecific service.
  • STEP : 3 If numbered with ACL, deleting any one of the rules created will delete the entire Extended Access List.
  • STEP : 4 If named with ACL, deleting any one of the rules will not affect the rest of the rules in Extended Access Control.
  • STEP : 5 To know how to configure Extended Access Control (ACL) on your wireless router, proceed with the step-by-step instructions provided on our web page.

TP-Link router - (TL-SL5428E):

  • STEP : 1 Go to a web browser on your computer and enter 192.168.0.1 in the address bar.
  • STEP : 2 The login page of the TP-Link router will display on the screen to configure extended access list on router.
  • STEP : 3 Now, you have to enter the correct username and password of the TP-Link router.
  • STEP : 4 Note: By default, most of the Netgear router’s username and password are admin, respectively.
  • STEP : 5 Select the ACL option followed by the Time Range option on the left panel.
  • STEP : 6 Click the Time Range Create tab, set a time range in the ACL, and click the Apply option at the bottom of the screen.
  • STEP : 7 Choose the ACL option,followed by the ACL Config option on the left panel, and click the ACL Create tab.
  • STEP : 8 Fill the ACL IP field, select the User Config option from the Rule Order drop-down menu, and click the Create option.
  • STEP : 9 Click the Extend IP ACL tab, fill all the required fields, and select the Create option.
  • STEP : 10 To create a policy for the specified ACL, select the Policy Config option on the left panel and click the Policy Create tab.
  • STEP : 11 Give a name to the policy in the Policy Name field and click the Create option.
  • STEP : 12 Navigate to the Action Create tab, fill both the Select Policy and Select ACL fields, and click the Create button.
  • STEP : 13 Finally, you have to bind the policy. After selecting the Policy Binding option on the left panel, click the Port Binding tab to configure extended access list on router.
  • STEP : 14 Once you fill the Policy Name and Port fields, click the Bind option.

Netgear router:

  • STEP : 1 Type either the 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.1.1 IP address in the address column of the default web browser.
  • STEP : 2 Fill the User Name and Password field with thevalid credentials to access the web-based management page of the Netgear router.
  • STEP : 3 Note: Default username - admin; default password - password.
  • STEP : 4 Click the Security tab, select the ACL option,followed by the IP ACL option on the left panel, and fill the IP ACL ID field.
  • STEP : 5 After clicking the Add option, choose the IP Extended Rules option on the left panel.
  • STEP : 6 Choose your ID from the ACL ID drop-down menu, click the Add option, and fill the following fields.
  • STEP : 7 Rule ID
  • STEP : 8 Action
  • STEP : 9 Protocol Type
  • STEP : 10 Source IP Address
  • STEP : 11 Source IP Mask
  • STEP : 12 Destination IP Address
  • STEP : 13 Destination IP Mask
  • STEP : 14 Make sure to save the settings by selecting the Apply option to configure extended access list on router.
  • STEP : 15 Do the previous step again to create another rule.
  • STEP : 16 Select the IP Binding Configuration option, provide the required information, and click the Apply option.

Linksys router:

  • STEP : 1 Open the MAC Based ACL page of the Linksys router by selecting Security -> Access Control -> MAC Based ACL.
  • STEP : 2 Fill the appropriate fields, click the Add ACL button, and provide the information in the required fields.
  • STEP : 3 Perform the following.
  • STEP : 4 Add a rule to MAC Based ACL
  • STEP : 5 Define IP Based ACL
  • STEP : 6 Define rules associated with IP-ACL
  • STEP : 7 Finally, fill the required fields and click the Apply option on the ACL Binding page.

Link router - (DGS-1210):

  • STEP : 1 Access the web-based setup page of the D-Link router using the IP address, username, and password.
  • STEP : 2 Click the ACL option,followed by the Access Profile List option on the left panel.
  • STEP : 3 Select Add ACL Profile -> MAC Address, fill the Select Profile, Select Frame Type, and Select Source MAC Mask fields, and click the Create option.
  • STEP : 4 Click Continue -> Edit/New Rules -> Add Rule, provide the correct information, and select the Add Rule option.
  • STEP : 5 Perform the same steps to create another ACL rule to configure extended access list on router.