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Frequent Contributor I
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What is the difference between 'user' and 'any' in session ACLs?

When would you use one vs the other?

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Re: What is the difference between 'user' and 'any' in session ACLs?

User means the source of the packet needs to be in the user table. Anyeans it can have any source.


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Re: What is the difference between 'user' and 'any' in session ACLs?

A user has an IP address and is in the user-table.



In most cases you will use user except for a DHCP ACL.

Tim Cappalli | Aruba Security TME
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Re: What is the difference between 'user' and 'any' in session ACLs?

Thanks guys.  This makes more sense now.

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