OS10 Enterprise Edition User Guide Release 10.4.0E(R3)

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MAC ACLs

MAC ACLs filter traffic on the Layer 2 (L2) header of a packet. This traffic filtering is based on:

Source MAC packet address
MAC address range—address mask in 3x4 dotted hexadecimal notation, and any to denote that the rule matches all source addresses.
Destination MAC packet address
MAC address range—address-mask in 3x4 dotted hexadecimal notation, and any to denote that the rule matches all destination addresses.
Packet protocol
Set by its EtherType field contents and Assigned protocol number for all protocols.
VLAN ID
Set in the packet header
Class of service
Present in the packet header

IPv4/IPv6 and MAC ACLs apply separately for inbound and outbound packets. You can assign an interface to multiple ACLs, with a limit of one ACL per packet direction per ACL type.


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