Reflexive Access Lists
Reflexive access lists are a type of extended access list that allow two access lists to work together dynamically. When the outbound access list senses a connection to a remote site, the inbound access list is opened up to allow two-way communications to occur. Once this two-way session is completed, the inbound access list is again closed to the remote site. The characteristics of reflexive access lists are as follows:
There are no implied deny any statements at the end of the reflexive access control list.
A reflexive access list entry is always a permit entry.
Named access lists are used in pairs and relate to each other while using reflexive access lists.
The inbound interface access list is dynamically changed in relation ...
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