where the top line signifies my network infrastructure and the bottom line are hosts that go through the network.
1. Is there a way to have network infrastructure use a password and NOT the other devices?
2. Are these lines like an access list where I can add "restrict default ignore" at the bottom for everyone else to be rejected?
3. Do I need to add the ntp.pool servers to that list as well, and how if all I have is the "ntp.pool"?
Getting the restrict lines correct is tricky. I always recommend getting everything running without any restrict lines and then adding the lines, one keyword at a time, checking along the way that everything
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