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access-list zone


I have a question
I have a switch black diamond 8800. This switch has the next configuration.

configure access-list zone SYSTEM application Netlogin application-priority 3
configure access-list zone SECURITY application GenericXml application-priority 2

How can I to see the ACLs zone? How work these ACL?

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Userlevel 6
Good Morning David
To view the ACL you can use the command show access-list with the Zone option

"show access-list interface"
"show access-list {rule rule {start} } [ any | port port | vlan vlan_name ] {zone"
"zone_name { appl-name appl_name {priority number }}} {ingress | egress} {detail}"

This is documented in the EXOS_Command_reference_guide

A write up on Access-list zones can be found in the EXOS_Concepts_Guide

Both guides can be accessed here http://www.extremenetworks.com/support/extreme-support/documentation/

Thanks
P
Userlevel 4
Paul Russo wrote:

Good Morning David
To view the ACL you can use the command show access-list with the Zone option

"show access-list interface"
"show access-list {rule rule {start} } [ any | port port | vlan vlan_name ] {zone"
"zone_name { appl-name appl_name {priority number }}} {ingress | egress} {detail}"

This is documented in the EXOS_Command_reference_guide

A write up on Access-list zones can be found in the EXOS_Concepts_Guide

Both guides can be accessed here http://www.extremenetworks.com/support/extreme-support/documentation/

Thanks
P

Hello, Paul!

Could you please explain for what reason the following default strings were added to configuration on BD and X8:

configure access-list zone SYSTEM application NetLogin application-priority 4 configure access-list zone SYSTEM application HealthCheckLAG application-priority 5

configure access-list zone SYSTEM application IdentityManager application-priority 6

configure access-list zone SYSTEM application VMTracking application-priority 7

configure access-list zone SYSTEM application PolicyManager application-priority 8

Thank you!

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