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Re: Cisco filter question

  • From: Scott McGrath
  • Date: Fri Aug 22 12:30:02 2003


Geo,

Look at your set interface Null0 command the rest is correct
you want to set the next hop to be Null0.  How to do this is left as an 
exercise for the reader.

                            Scott C. McGrath

On Fri, 22 Aug 2003, Geo. wrote:

> 
> Perhaps one of you router experts can answer this question. When using the cisco specified filter
> 
>  access-list 199 permit icmp any any echo
>     access-list 199 permit icmp any any echo-reply
>        
>     route-map nachi-worm permit 10
>       ! --- match ICMP echo requests and replies (type 0 & 8) 
>       match ip address 199
>     
>       ! --- match 92 bytes sized packets
>       match length 92 92
>  
>       ! --- drop the packet
>       set interface Null0
>        
>     
>     interface <incoming-interface>
>       ! --- it is recommended to disable unreachables
>       no ip unreachables
>  
>       ! --- if not using CEF, enabling ip route-cache flow is recommended
>       ip route-cache policy
>  
>       ! --- apply Policy Based Routing to the interface
>       ip policy route-map nachi-worm 
> 
> why would it not stop this packet
> 
> 15 1203.125000 0003E3956600 AMERIC6625D4 ICMP Echo: From 216.144.20.69 To 216.144.00.27 216.144.20.69 216.144.0.27 IP 
> FRAME: Base frame properties
>     FRAME: Time of capture = 8/22/2003 11:54:16.859
>     FRAME: Time delta from previous physical frame: 0 microseconds
>     FRAME: Frame number: 15
>     FRAME: Total frame length: 106 bytes
>     FRAME: Capture frame length: 106 bytes
>     FRAME: Frame data: Number of data bytes remaining = 106 (0x006A)
> ETHERNET: ETYPE = 0x0800 : Protocol = IP:  DOD Internet Protocol
>     ETHERNET: Destination address : 00C0B76625D4
>         ETHERNET: .......0 = Individual address
>         ETHERNET: ......0. = Universally administered address
>     ETHERNET: Source address : 0003E3956600
>         ETHERNET: .......0 = No routing information present
>         ETHERNET: ......0. = Universally administered address
>     ETHERNET: Frame Length : 106 (0x006A)
>     ETHERNET: Ethernet Type : 0x0800 (IP:  DOD Internet Protocol)
>     ETHERNET: Ethernet Data: Number of data bytes remaining = 92 (0x005C)
> IP: ID = 0x848; Proto = ICMP; Len: 92
>     IP: Version = 4 (0x4)
>     IP: Header Length = 20 (0x14)
>     IP: Precedence = Routine
>     IP: Type of Service = Normal Service
>     IP: Total Length = 92 (0x5C)
>     IP: Identification = 2120 (0x848)
>     IP: Flags Summary = 0 (0x0)
>         IP: .......0 = Last fragment in datagram
>         IP: ......0. = May fragment datagram if necessary
>     IP: Fragment Offset = 0 (0x0) bytes
>     IP: Time to Live = 124 (0x7C)
>     IP: Protocol = ICMP - Internet Control Message
>     IP: Checksum = 0x70D8
>     IP: Source Address = 216.144.20.69
>     IP: Destination Address = 216.144.0.27
>     IP: Data: Number of data bytes remaining = 72 (0x0048)
> ICMP: Echo: From 216.144.20.69 To 216.144.00.27
>     ICMP: Packet Type = Echo
>     ICMP: Echo Code = 0 (0x0)
>     ICMP: Checksum = 0x82AA
>     ICMP: Identifier = 512 (0x200)
>     ICMP: Sequence Number = 7680 (0x1E00)
>     ICMP: Data: Number of data bytes remaining = 64 (0x0040)
> 00000:  00 C0 B7 66 25 D4 00 03 E3 95 66 00 08 00 45 00   .À·f%Ô..ã•f...E.
> 00010:  00 5C 08 48 00 00 7C 01 70 D8 D8 90 14 45 D8 90   .\.H..|.pØؐ.Eؐ
> 00020:  00 1B 08 00 82 AA 02 00 1E 00 AA AA AA AA AA AA   ....‚ª....ªªªªªª
> 00030:  AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA   ªªªªªªªªªªªªªªªª
> 00040:  AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA   ªªªªªªªªªªªªªªªª
> 00050:  AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA   ªªªªªªªªªªªªªªªª
> 00060:  AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA                     ªªªªªªªªªª      
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