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protocols msdp peer <peer-address> import access-list <access-list-name>

Applies a (S,G) filter to incoming SA messages that are received from an MSDP peer.

set protocols msdp peer peer-address import access-list access-list-name
delete protocols msdp peer peer-address import access-list [ access-list-name ]
show protocols msdp peer peer-address import access-list

No advertised pairs are filtered.

peer-address
An IPv4 MSDP peer address.
access-list-name
The name of the access list. The per-peer (S,G) entry filter specifies which entries should be accepted.

If a list is not specified, all multicast (S,G) pairs are accepted.

This parameter is a numeric identifier of a previously defined access list and can be a number from either of the following ranges:

100 through 199: IP standard access list.

2000 through 2699: IP standard access list (expanded range).

Note: You cannot configure an empty access list.

Configuration mode

protocols {
    msdp {
        peer peer-address {
            import {
                access-list access-list-name
            }
        }
    }
}

A filter that helps define which (S,G)s are accepted from an MSDP peer. The list specifies a source address and mask, or group address and mask. All pairs are cached when this attribute is not configured.

Use the set form of this command to apply an incoming filter to SA messages that are received from an MSDP peer.

Use the delete form of this command to delete a filter on SA messages that are received from an MSDP peer.

Use the show form of this command to display the existing filter that is applied to SA messages that are received from an MSDP peer.