Configures an IPv6 access list.
The any keyword is an abbreviation for the IPv6 prefix ::/0, indicating any IPv6 address.
The deny keyword denies access if the conditions are matched.
The destination-ipv6-address argument identifies the IPv6 address of the host receiving the traffic.
The destination-ipv6-prefix argument identifies the IPv6 network address where the traffic is destined.
The disable option disables syslog messaging.
The host keyword indicates that the address refers to a specific host.
The id keyword specifies the number of an access list.
The line line-num option specifies the line number for inserting the access rule into the list. By default, the ACE is added to the end of the access list.
The network_obj_grp_id argument specifies existing network object group identification.
The object-group option specifies an object group.
The operator option compares the source IP address or destination IP address ports. For a list of permitted operands, see the “Guidelines and Limitations” section.
The permit keyword permits access if the conditions are matched.
The port option specifies the port that you permit or deny access. You can specify the port either by a number in the range of 0 to 65535 or by a literal name if the protocol is tcp or udp. For a list of permitted TCP or UDP literal names, see the “Guidelines and Limitations” section.
The prefix-length argument indicates how many of the high-order, contiguous bits of the address comprise the IPv6 prefix.
The protocol argument specifies the name or number of an IP protocol.
The protocol_obj_grp_id indicates the existing protocol object group ID.
The service_obj_grp_id option specifies the object group.
The source-ipv6-address specifies the address of the host sending traffic.
The source-ipv6-prefix specifies the IPv6 address of traffic origin.