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    Specifying Port Access for Traffic Classification (SRC CLI)

    In the SRC software, the way that you specify a range of port numbers greater than or less than a specific value in a traffic classifier is different from the way you define a range in the configuration on routers running JunosE Software.

    In the SRC CLI, you specify ranges by setting values in the port-operation options in command statements.

    To specify a range of port numbers greater or less than a specified value, you can:

    • Define the full set of port numbers in the range to be allowed.
    • Define the full set of port numbers in the range not allowed.

    To configure port numbers greater than a defined value by specifying which values are allowed:

    1. For the port-operation option, enter eq.
    2. For the from-port option, enter the range of ports allowed.

      For example, to specify access to all port numbers greater than 10, specify 11..65535.

    To configure port numbers greater than a defined value by specifying which values are not allowed:

    1. For the port-operation option, enter neq.
    2. For the from-port option, enter the range of ports not allowed.

      For example, to specify access to all port numbers greater than 10, specify 1..9.

    To configure port numbers less than a defined value by specifying which values are allowed:

    1. For the port-operation option, enter eq.
    2. For the from-port option, enter the range of ports.

      For example, to specify access to all port numbers less than 10, specify 1..9.

    To configure port numbers less than a defined value by specifying which values are not allowed:

    1. For the port-operation option, enter neq.
    2. For the from-port option, enter the range of ports.

      For example, to specify access to all port numbers less than 10, specify 11..65535.

    Published: 2014-12-10