I currently use Dial on Demmand Routing between two Cisco access servers on my intranet and a customer's extranet. Currently the connection is fairly open.
I would like to make it such that a user on my intranet would need to have a telnet session open on the extranet's Cisco access server in order for the originating host to access the rest of the extranet.
I wonder if this is possible throught utilizing reflexive access lists. I've read the doumentation for using reflexive access lists but I'm not sure how I would get it to work in this scenario.
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