How can you utilize traffic filters in your IPV6 security protocols? In this video, learn about creating and modifying your filter lists.
- [Narrator] Let's now take a look … at IP version six traffic filters. … With IP version six … the standard ACL functionality is essentially the same … as we see in IP version four. … These ACLs determine which traffic is blocked … and what gets forwarded, … which gives us filtering based on both source … and destination addresses, … with IP version six ACLs. … This allows us to support traffic filtering … and this filtering can be based on … optional upper layer protocol type information … and option hitters. … So this gives us more level of control. … So again, many … of the same rules apply here as with IP version four ACLs. … These are processed from the top down, … so you want your more specific entries … at the top followed by the more general entries. … We have immediate execution when a match is found. … Meaning that if traffic matches multiple ACL entries, … only the first entry will be processed. … And we have an implicit deny any at the bottom of the ACL. … So if there is no matching entry for the traffic …
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- DMVPN overview
- AAA troubleshooting
- IPv6 traffic filters
- Control plane policing
- IPV6 neighbor discovery inspection
- IPv4 ACL troubleshooting