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FAQ-How to Correctly Number Anti-attack Policies on Various LPUs in NE80E40E V300R003

Publication Date:  2012-07-27 Views:  85 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
 How to correctly number anti-attack policies on various LPUs in NE80E/40E V300R003 
Alarm Information
Handling Process
Run the cpu-defend-policy command to set the anti-attack policy.
The number of an anti-attack policy must be in a range allowed by an LPU and the anti-attack policy to be configured cannot be the same as the one defined by the system.
Anti-attack policies defined on various LPUs are as follows
? Anti-attack policies numbered from 1 to 10 are supported by every LPUA, LPUG, LPUH, and LPUF-10. Anti-attack policies 1 to 3 are applicable to typical scenarios; anti-policy 2 is a default one.
? Anti-attack policies numbered from 11 to 20 are supported by every LPUB, LPUC, LPUE, and LPUF-20. Anti-attack policies 11 to 13 are applicable to typical scenarios; anti-policy 12 is a default one.
? Anti-attack policies 21 to 30 are supported by an LPU-D. Anti-attack policy 21 is a default one.
The preceding anti-attack policies defined by the system cannot be modified or deleted. 
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