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Filtering Routes via ACLs

ACLs can be used to filter advertised and received routes of various dynamic routing protocols. For example, enterprise users access the Internet using a switch. Some users, such as R&D staff members, need to be prohibited from accessing the Internet and some servers such as salary query servers reject external access to ensure information security. To meet the preceding requirements, define the ACL rules on the switch connected to the Internet to filter certain packets.

Figure 1 Filtering routes with ACLs 


As shown in Figure 1SwitchA connects the intranet running Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) to the Internet. ACLs are defined on SwitchA and applied to OSPF to control route advertisement and receiving. The ACL specifies the following rules:

1. SwitchA only advertises routes, and to SwitchB.

2. SwitchC only receives the route

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