is there a way to limit http access to a device to one local ip
Hi, is there a way to limit http/s access to a Cisco router or switch to one locally configured ip. right now it seems like I can pull up the http gui on any locally configured ip address including subnet broadcasts. Using IOS 16.9.4 XE.
Flavio, that's the issue I have a http access list setup, but it looks like the router will answer for any locally configured ip. This is he behavior I'm trying to stop but doesn't look possible. From what I see the router will answer http/s requests for any that it has locally configure, on vlans or physical interfaces.
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