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Continue exploring some of the basics of Packet Tracer. You can set up a capture to record the traffic in scope. Continue exploring the options for capturing traffic. You can select the interface on which the capture will take place. You also have to determine in real time, if the packet should be allowed or blocked. Hopefully, you will be able to create a reasonable ACL using the Packet Tracer GUI. As a quick example, you can define an ACL like this: In the GUI, set up a capture. In the GUI, click on "Save As." In the GUI, expand the capture, and select static. In the GUI, set the capture interfaces. In the GUI, expand the capture, and choose just the interface on which you wish to capture. In the GUI, set which ports you wish to allow or block. In the GUI, enable the protocol.
If you want to test non-GPS, you can also use the "Initiate a capture." In the GUI, click on "Scan." Select the interface where you wish to create this capture. Select "Initiate Capture"
This will bring up a dialog box in which you can either choose a capture interface, or specifying both the IP and port on the interface. In the case that you wished to create a capture of an interface 220.127.116.11 on port 6660 d2c66b5586