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AOS-CX 8320 <<< ACLs SUBNET-MASK versus WILDCARD Masks ???

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  • 1.  AOS-CX 8320 <<< ACLs SUBNET-MASK versus WILDCARD Masks ???

    Posted Oct 02, 2019 01:37 PM

    One question @ end of this post.

     

    Re: AOS-CX 8320 <<< ACLs SUBNET-MASK versus WILDCARD Masks

     

    The AOS-X manuals mention SUBNET-MASK when discussing ACL/ACE.

     

    The following SYSTEMS use network Access-List WILDCARD Masking:

    HP PRocurve

    HPE Provision

    ArubaOS Switch

    Cisco

     

    It appears HPE ArubaOS-CX uses SUBNET-MASK and not wildcarding:

    A.B.C.D         Specify source IP host address

    A.B.C.D/M     Specify source IP network address with prefix length

    A.B.C.D/W.X.Y.Z    Specify source IP network address with network mask

    NAME            Specify source IP address group

    any                 Any source IP address

     

    QUESTION:

    HPE AOS-CX ACL MASKING is just opposite of the previosly mentioned SYSTEMS?  Is my interpretation correct???

     

     

    thanks...gracias....danke....merci



  • 2.  RE: AOS-CX 8320 <<< ACLs SUBNET-MASK versus WILDCARD Masks ???
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    Posted Oct 02, 2019 03:12 PM

    Yes CX use a "normal" masking (and not wildcard like before...)