Dell Command Line Reference Guide for the S4048–ON System



Configure UDF data context for parsing the different header location offset and required bytes.

key description udf-id id packetbase PacketBase offset bytes length bytes

To return to the default settings, use the no key description udf-id id packetbase PacketBase offset bytes length bytes command.

Enter the key name for reference, up to 64 characters.
udf-id id
Enter the keywords udf-id then the ID used in the actual UDF ACL group. The range is from 1 to 12.
packetbase PacketBase
Enter the keyword packetbase then the option to refer to start of packet offset. The options are:
  • innerL3Header — Offset is at inner L3 header.
  • innerL4Header — Offset is at inner L4 header.
  • outerL3Header — Offset is at outer L3 header.
  • outerL4Header — Offset is at outer L4 header.
  • packetStart — Offset is at packet start.
offset bytes
Enter the keyword offset then the offset value. The range is from 0 to 126, in multiples of 2.
length bytes
Enter the keyword length then the length value. The range is from 2 to 24, in multiples of 2 bytes.
Command Modes
Dell(conf-udf-tcam)#key innerL3header udf-id 6 packetbase innerL3Header offset 0 length 2
Command History

This guide is platform-specific. For command information about other platforms, refer to the relevant Dell Networking OS Command Line Reference Guide.

The following is a list of the Dell Networking OS version history for this command.

Introduced on the S6000, Z9500, and S4048-ON.
Related Commands

udf-tcam — creates a context for UDF TCAM.

show config — displays the current UDF TCAM profile configuration.

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