When user profiles are configured using vendor-specific attribute (VSA) Cisco AV-pairs, similar per-user IPv6 ACLs may be
replaced by a single template ACL. That is, one ACL represents many similar ACLs. By using IPv6 template ACLs, you can increase
the total number of per-user ACLs while minimizing the memory and Ternary Content Addressable Memory (TCAM) resources needed
to support the ACLs.
The IPv6 Template ACL feature can create templates using the following ACL fields:
IPv6 source and destination addresses
TCP and UDP, including all associated ports (0 through 65535)
ICMP neighbor discovery advertisements and solicitations
IPv6 DSCP with specified DSCP values
ACL names are dynamically generated by this feature; for example:
6Temp_#152875854573--Example of a dynamically generated template name for a template ACL parent
Virtual-Access2.32135#152875854573--Example of a child ACL or an ACL that has not yet been made part of a template.
Finding Feature Information
Your software release may not support all the features that are documented in this module. For the latest feature information
and caveats, see the release notes for your platform and software release. The Feature Information Table at the end of this
document provides information about the documented features and lists the releases in which each feature is supported.