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Defining a named.conf ACL for 'any IPv6' address
Author: Cathy Almond Reference Number: AA-00363 Views: 1129 Created: 2011-07-06 20:49 Last Updated: 2017-04-05 21:28 0 Rating/ Voters


Is there a built-in ACL for named.conf that is for any IPv6 address?


The following ACL definitions are for all IPv6 and all IPv4 addresses respectively:
acl any6 { ::0/0; };
acl any4 {; };

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