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Name

ip dvmrp accept-filter — interface

Synopsis

ip dvmrp accept-filter access-list [distance] [neighbor-list access-list]
no dvmrp accept-filter access-list

Configures

Incoming filter for DVMRP reports

Default

All reports are accepted with a distance of 0

Description

This command applies an access list to incoming DVMRP reports. The lower the distance, the higher the precedence of the route when computing the Reverse Path Forwarding value.

access-list

The number of a standard IP access list (0-99). Routes matching the access list are assigned the given administrative distance. If the access list number is 0 (which is not a legal access list number), all reports are accepted with the given administrative distance.

distance

Optional. The administrative distance to be assigned to routes matching the filter. Default is 0.

neighbor-list list

Optional. The number of a standard IP access list (1-99). DVMRP reports are accepted only from neighbors who match this access list.

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