I'm trying to set up filters on a CISCO 350 and am a bit confused with the configuration.
1) Is it so that the "Default disposition" defines how all protocols will be handled while for each protocols defined in the "special cases" in a filter set definition, another action "per protocol" can be defined (kind of :DISCARD ALL but FORWARD only ones in Special cases)
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You are correct. The default disposition allows you to define the general case. Allowing you to block (default disposition) all, but forward (filter) special cases (filter), or forward (default disposition) all, and block (special cases) special cases