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FAQ-What Difference Lies in the Method of ACL Application for Traffic Splitting in Different NE Routers

Publication Date:  2012-07-27 Views:  43 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
Q:
What difference lies in the method of ACL application for traffic splitting in the NE40E/80E/5000E, NE40/80/S8016, and NE20/20E? 
 
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Because the structure form (distributed/centralized), type of the chip, and realization mode of routers are different,
The ACLs available for traffic splitting in the NE40E/80E/5000E are INTEGER<2000-3999> basic/advance acl and INTEGER<4000-4099> ethernet frame ACL.
The ACLs available for traffic splitting in the NE40/80/S8016 are INTEGER<5000-5999> Layer 2 ACL and INTEGER<10000-42767> simple ACL.
The ACLs available for traffic splitting in the NE20/20E are INTEGER<2000-3999> basic/advance acl.
This variance among routers requires the modification of the traffic splitting platform if the router is replaced. For example, if the NE20/20E is replaced by the NE40/80/S8016, you need to change the traffic classifier from the basic/advance ACL to simple acl. Thus the original ACL command may be divided into many ACL commands. It is very troublesome. 
 
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