I am running IOS- c7200-adventerprisek9-mz.152-4.S3 on GNS3. I wanted to block, I am trying to block Tor protocol using Ly3/4 policy-map. but while I enter to the policy-map configuration, there is no Drop option available .
Any idea why the policy-map configuration on these IOS does not have DROP command available ?? If wit this IOS , drop command is not supported then What IOS I should use to have Tor protocol in its NBAR library and can block it??
Are you sure you're using "policy-map type inspect" when defining your policy map? Different policy map types have different options, depending on what they're designed for and you may be using the wrong one.
I just tested it against a 7200 with 15.1.4M7 and the drop command is definitely available. I can't see it being removed in 15.2.4. Can you post the relevant configuration of your class and policy maps?
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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