Packet filters (or in Cisco terminology Access Control Lists, aka ACL) are one of the most used tools in a network engineer’s tool set. Blocking telnet/ssh access, restricting specific traffic flows, implementing policy-based routing or NATing - all of these tasks use IP filter’s capabilities.

In this example I’ll show you how to configure a basic SSH-blocking IP filter on a Nokia (Alcatel-Lucent) SROS running TiMOS-B-12.0.R8.

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Roman Dodin

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Netdevops @ Nuage Networks

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