Security Application Guide

ACL (Access Control List) function supports access control security for MAC address, IP address, Layer4 Port, and Type of Service. Each has five actions: Deny, Permit, Queue Mapping, CoS (Class of Service) Marking, and Copy Frame. You can set the default ACL rule to Permit or Deny.

To get more clearly for these ACL function, see following table.

Default ACL Rule Actions
Deny Permit Queue Mapping CoS Marking Copy Frame
Permit (a) (b) (c) (d) (e)
Deny (f) (g) (h) (i) (j)

Brief descriptions of the above table:

(a): Permit all frames, but deny frames set in ACL entry.

(b): Permit all frames.

(c): Permit all frames, and to do queue mapping of the transmitting frames.

(d): Permit all frames, and to change CoS value of the transmitting frames.

(e): Permit all frames, and to copy frame which set in ACL entry to a defined GE port.

(f): Deny all frames.

(g): Deny all frames, but permit frames set in ACL entry.

(h): Deny all frames.

(i): Deny all frames.

(j): Deny all frames, but to copy frame which set in ACL entry to a defined GE port.