Block all DHCP packets to exit an interface S5720S-28X-LI-24S-AC

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 Issue Description

For some specific scenarios, we need to block DHCP broadcast packets (Discovery, Request) to exit a specific interface.

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In this specific scenario, PC1 gets dynamic IP from DHCP server located on LSW2. LSW1 just forwards the discovery and request packets towards LSW2.

The requirement is to block these packets to exit GE0/0/3 on LSW1.

Solution

Solution: configure a traffic policy and apply it in outbound direction on the switch interface where you want to block the packets (in this case GE0/0/3 of LSW1)

The traffic classifier will use an advanced ACL to match the DHCP traffic, which is UDP traffic for ports 67 and 68.

The traffic behavior will be set to "deny" and, optionally to "statistic enable" to check afterwards if packets are dropped.

Configuration is as bellow:

acl number 3000

rule 5 permit udp destination-port eq bootps

rule 10 permit udp destination-port eq bootpc

#

traffic classifier c1 operator and

if-match acl 3000

#

traffic behavior b1

deny

statistic enable

#

traffic policy p1

classifier c1 behavior b1

#

interface GigabitEthernet0/0/3

port link-type trunk

port trunk allow-pass vlan 2 to 4094

traffic-policy p1 outbound

dhcp snooping enable

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