Reflexive Advanced ACL

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Released on : 2018-2-6 03:37:55   Latest reply:2018-02-06 22:36:35
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Elcarim    

Hello, I've been looking for the reflective acl command, but yielded no result, does anyone know what it is?

Quick background on what I'm trying to do
I have 2 routers, both connected to each other.
each router is connected to a switch,
each switch has 4 PCs connected to it.
router 1 gateway: 12.13.1.254
router 2 gateway: 12.13.3.254

I'm trying to get PC1 (12.13.1.1) to ping PC5 (12.13.3.1)
but disable PC5 from pinging PC1.
So far it has been two ways, 
either both can ping one another or neither can ping each other.

Command used:
on router 1:
acl 3001
rule 5 permit icmp source 12.13.1.1 0 destination 12.13.3.1 0
rule 25 deny icmp source any destination any
quit
int g0/0/0
traffic-filter inbound acl 3001
This post was last edited by user_3004671 at 2018-2-6 04:11.
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user_2910347  Admin   Released on 2018-2-6 08:55:44 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

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KD35  Moderator   Released on 2018-2-6 09:06:57 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

you can refer to
http://support.huawei.com/hedex/ ... &idPath=7919710|21432787|7923148|22318709|6078842
for ACL and Configuration Examples.
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Elcarim     Released on 2018-2-6 11:12:41 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

Posted by KD35 at 2018-2-6 09:06 you can refer tohttp://support.huawei.com/hedex/hdx.do?docid=EDOC1000008097&lang=en&idPath=7919710|2 ...
I did, and it's not very helpful tbh.
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Elcarim     Released on 2018-2-6 22:36:35 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

Solved : add 'icmp-type <type> <code>' at the end of rule command
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