I am having a problem with ACL not working correctly with the RVS4000 hardware version 2 router. I am trying to block network IP 18.104.22.168 and 22.214.171.124 specifically but blocking the whole class A network would work fine also. I have tried to block the specific address 126.96.36.199. I have tried blocking an IP address range and blocking the network as well. I have tried blocking destinations and source addresses with the same result. The router lets you enter the values and save the ACL. It even shows the ACL in the list. If you try to edit the just created ACL it will not allow you to save it again. It tells you invalid character. If you ping the above address you only get request timed out not blocked. I am running firmware version V188.8.131.52. It does the same thing on version V184.108.40.206
I have figured out this problem is covered in the release notes for version V220.127.116.11. I discovered this under version V18.104.22.168 firmware and then quickly upgraded to version V22.214.171.124 without reading the release notes until later.
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