ACL based traffic management often requires matching packets’ destination addresses against one or more sets of

BGP Traffic Policy 4.27.1F

Creating Traffic Policies that regulate control plane traffic from BGP peers by writing the list of BGP peer addresses statically in a field-set is error prone and difficult to update. Selecting only internal or external peers requires additional care. This feature automatically populates a field-set with IPv4 or IPv6 prefixes corresponding to iBGP or eBGP peers. 

BGP Traffic Policy EOS 4.29.2F

This feature adds support to interface traffic policies for routing matched unicast IPv4 or IPv6 traffic which ingresses on L3 interfaces according to the routing table of a secondary VRF.

This feature extends the capabilities of Tap Aggregation traffic steering to allow for using traffic policies.

Tapagg Traffic Policy 4.26.2F Aegis

Access Control Lists (ACL) use packet classification to mark certain packets going through the packet processor pipeline and then take configured action against them. Rules are defined based on various fields of packets and usually TCAM is used to match packets to rules.

This feature introduces the support for Traffic Policy on VLANs. Traffic Policy allows the user to configure rules to match on certain packets through the packet processing pipeline. The user can also place actions to match packets.

Traffic Policy EOS 4.28.0F EOS 4.30.2F