OS10 Enterprise Edition User Guide Release


permit udp (IPv6)

Configures a filter to permit UDP packets meeting the filter criteria.

permit udp [A::B | A::B/x | any | host ipv6-address [ operator]] [A::B | A:B/x | any | host ipv6-address [ operator]] [ack | fin | psh | rst | syn | urg] [capture | dscp value | fragment]
  • A::B — Enter the IPv6 address in hexadecimal format separated by colons.
  • A::B/x — Enter the number of bits that must match the IPv6 address.
  • any — (Optional) Enter for all routes to be subject to the filter:
    • capture — (Optional) Capture packets the filter processes.
    • dscp value — (Optional) Permit a packet based on the DSCP values, from 0 to 63.
    • fragment — (Optional) Use ACLs to control packet fragments.
    • ack — (Optional) Set the bit as acknowledgement.
    • fin — (Optional) Set the bit as finish—no more data from sender.
    • psh — (Optional) Set the bit as push.
    • rst — (Optional) Set the bit as reset.
    • syn — (Optional) Set the bit as synchronize.
    • urg — (Optional) Set the bit set as urgent.
    • NOTE: The control-plane ACL supports only the eq operator.
  • operator — (Optional) Enter a logical operator to match the packets on the specified port number. The following options are available:
    • eq — Equal to
    • gt — Greater than
    • lt — Lesser than
    • neq — Not equal to
    • range — Range of ports, including the specified port numbers.
  • host ipv6-address — (Optional) Enter the keyword and the IPv6 address to use a host address only.
Not configured
Command Mode
Usage Information
The no version of this command removes the filter.
OS10(conf-ipv6-acl)# permit udp any any capture session 1 count
Supported Releases
10.2.0E or later

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