Should IOS outbound access lists filter traffic from the router itself?
I've been putting some extended IP outbound access lists onto a router (IOS 12.2(10b)) and it appeared that whilst they were correctly applied to traffic passing though the router they did not get applied to any traffic generated by the router itself.
Searching around CCO I couldn't see any documentation saying that this is how access lists are supposed to work (both now and in the future) and was wondering if anyone can point me to some suitable documents? Also is there any way of changing this behaviour?
Re: Should IOS outbound access lists filter traffic from the rou
YES..your observation is correct..Packets originated from the router it-self will not be subjected to the "outbound" access-list configured on that router. Thats the way it was designed and no way to change it..Tejal
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