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policy ipv6 access-list sequence action—Configure the actions to take when the match portion of an IPv6 policy is met (on vEdge routers only).

Command Hierarchy

Localized Data Policy for IPv6

Configure on vEdge routers only.

policy ipv6
  access-list acl-name
    default-action action
    sequence number
      action
        drop
          count counter-name
          log
        accept
          class class-name
          count counter-name 
          log
          mirror mirror-name
          policer policer-name
          set
            traffic-class value

Options

For Localized Data Policy

Accept or Drop
(accept | drop)
By default, all packets that match the parameters in the match portion of the policy access-list configuration are dropped. Include drop to explicitly reject matching packets. Include accept to accept matching packets and to perform any specified actions.
Count Packets
count counter-name
Count the packets that match the match criteria, saving the information to the specified filename. If you configure a counter and additional actions, such as policing, the data packets are counted before the other actions are performed, regardless of the order in which you enter the commands in the configuration.
Class
class class-name
Assign the packets to the specified QoS class name.
Log Packet Headers
log
Log the packet headers into system logging (syslog) files.
Mirroring
mirror mirror-name
Mirror the packets to the specified mirror.
Policing
policer policer-name
Police the packets using the specified policer.
Traffic Class
set traffic-class value
For QoS, set or overwrite the traffic class value in the packet. value can be a number from 0 through 63.

Operational Commands

show running-config

Example

Configure an IPv6 ACL that changes the traffic class on TCP port 80 data traffic, and apply the ACL to an interface in VPN 0:

vEdge# show running-config policy ipv6 access-list 
policy
 ipv6 access-list traffic-class-48-to-46
 sequence 10
  match
   destination-port 80
   traffic-class    48
  !
  action accept
   count port_80
   log
   set
    traffic-class 46
   !
  !
 !
 default-action accept
 !
!
vEdge# show running-config vpn 0 interface ge0/7 ipv6
vpn 0
 interface ge0/7
  ipv6 access-list traffic-class-48-to-46 in
 !
!

Release Information

Command introduced in Viptela Software Release 14.1.
In Release 16.3, add support for IPv6.

Additional Information

See the Policy Overview article for your software release.
policy (for IPv4)

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