Chapter 11Controlling Traffic and Switch Access

See the following sections for configuration information about these topics:

11-1: Broadcast Suppression: Describes the method for preventing the switch from forwarding excessive broadcasts received on a port

11-2: Protocol Filtering: Explains how to configure a port to prevent forwarding of flood packets of a particular protocol out a port

11-3: Port Security: Provides the information required to configure a port for use only by a specified list of clients based on MAC addresses

11-4: VLAN Access Control Lists: Describes how to control the traffic that passes through a Layer 2 switch using access control lists applied to a VLAN

11-5: Switch Authentication: Explains how to configure the ...

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