• Author : Sridhar

 
 

Egress ACL counters

This feature provides the capability to count the number of packets hitting rules associated with egress ACLs applied to various interfaces in a switch. Platform compatibility DCS-7020 Series DCS-7280 Series DCS-7500 Series DCS-7800 Series Configuration Counters for each ACL will be shown only if “counters per-entry” is enabled in ACL configuration. Arista(config)#ip access-list acl1 Arista(config-acl-acl1)#counter per-entry Both IPv4 and IPv6 egress ACL counters can be enabled/disabled by user by using the following command: Arista(config)# [no|default] hardware counter feature acl out [ipv4|ipv6] IPv4 egress ACL counters are enabled by default but IPv6 egress ACL counters need explicit configuration. Status Show Commands...
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Egress ACL counters

This feature provides the capability to count the number of packets hitting rules associated with egress ACLs applied to various interfaces in a switch. Platform compatibility DCS-7020 Series DCS-7280 Series DCS-7500 Series DCS-7800 Series Configuration Counters for each ACL will be shown only if “counters per-entry” is enabled in ACL configuration. Arista(config)#ip access-list acl1 Arista(config-acl-acl1)#counter per-entry Both IPv4 and IPv6 egress ACL counters can be enabled/disabled by user by using the following command: Arista(config)# [no|default] hardware counter feature acl out [ipv4|ipv6] IPv4 egress ACL counters are enabled by default but IPv6 egress ACL counters need explicit configuration. Status Show Commands...
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Egress IPv6 RACL on R3 series

Description EOS-4.24.0 adds support for egress IPv6 RACLs without using packet recirculation. So, by default, egress IPv6 ACL (PACL and RACL) feature will not recirculate the packet to apply the ACL. This improves the egress IPv6 ACL performance. Platform compatibility DCS-7280R3 Configuration Egress IPv6 ACL by default will not recirculate the packet, no configuration is needed to enable this feature. Egress ACL has to be configure the same way as ingress ACL and is applied to an interface by using token “out” instead of “in” The following example creates an IPv6 ACL and adds the rules in ACL configuration mode....
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