IPv6 Access Control List

IPv6 Access Control List

The IPv6 Access Control List is a specialized policy for denying IPv6 traffic based on:

l the incoming interface l the source addresses of the traffic l the destination addresses of the traffic l the services or ports the traffic is using

The only action available in this policy is DENY

To configure a IPv6 Access Control List entry in the GUI

  1. Goto Policy & Objects > IPv6 Access Control List

The right side window will display a table of the existing IPv6 Access Control List entries.

l To edit an existing entry, double click on the policy you wish to edit l To create a new entry, select the Create New icon in the top left side of the right window.

  1. Set the Incoming Interface parameter by using the drop down menu to select a single interface.
  2. Set the Source IPv6 Address parameter by selecting the field with the “+” next to the field label. Single or multiple options can be selected unless the all option is chosen in which case, it will be the only option. For more information on addresses, check the Firewall Objects section called Addresses.
  3. Set the Destination IPv6 Address parameter by selecting the field with the “+” next to the field label. Single or multiple options can be selected unless the all option is chosen in which case, it will be the only option.
  4. Set the Services parameter by selecting the field with the “+” next to the field label. Single or multiple options can be selected unless the ALL option is chosen in which case, it will be the only option. For more information on services, check the Firewall Objects section called Services and TCP ports.
  5. Toggle whether or not to Enable this policy.The default is enabled.
  6. Select the OK button to save the policy.

To configure a IPv6 Access Control List entry in the CLI

Use the following syntax:

config firewall acl6 edit <acl Policy ID #> set status enable set interface <interface> set srcaddr <address object> set dstaddr <address object> set service <service object>

 

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