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Setting up an ACL to filter IPv^ DHCP traffic

Setting up an ACL to filter IPv^ DHCP traffic

We are having a lot of trouble with this and while I am sure it's originating from the NICs on the PC's, I need to temporary fix for blocking it on the network. The broadcasts are causing issues with teh VOIP phones and other applications. We have rate limiting enabled on the switches and on the core routers.

RE: Setting up an ACL to filter IPv^ DHCP traffic


RE: Setting up an ACL to filter IPv^ DHCP traffic

I found a way to create the filter.

qos ip-acl name Testv6 addr-type ipv6 drop-action enable

qos ip-acl name Testv4 addr-type ipv4 drop-action disable

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