ACL Examples

Please do not use this form to try to create new networks
or processes not currently existing.  These forms are
intended to modify existing services, not create new networks.

Source: the location where the packet initiating a transaction originates. For a web server, the source would come from a client machine, so indicate the client(s) location(s).
Destination: the location where the packet initiating a transaction terminates. For a web server, the destination would be the IP address of the server.
TCP Port: html, shtml, or 80, 8080, etc. UDP Port: same as tcp, use port number or common function Purpose: describe what is intended, for clairity.
For a web server: Source: Internet Destination: TCP Port: 80, 8080, 443 UDP Port: none Purpose:Need to serve web pages to internet.
For a windows file server: Source: vlan 81, 82, 83 Destination:file server= TCP port: windows file sharing ports UDP: Purpose: file server for clients in ESB. * * *
Most machines that establish connections are clients, not servers and these do not need special ACLs to allow for two way communications (web browsing, ssh connections, etc). If you have a server that must create an outside connection on the fly (software updates, status alerts, etc), list the protocol and use the comment box to describe your goal.
Use the comment box for any details you may need to explain. To delete an existing ACL, complete the form, than use the comment box to request the ACL be removed, not added. Please call to discuss situations not anticipated in the forms.