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system session limit group name rule icmp

Configures a rule set with ICMP for a session limit group.

set system session limit group name group-name rule rule-number icmp { group group-value | name name | type type-value code value }
delete system session limit group name group-name rule rule-number icmp { group group-value | name name | type type-number code value }
group-name
A name for the session limit group.
rule-number

A number for the rule.

group-value

A value for the ICMP group.

name

The ICMP name can be:

  • TOS-host-redirect
  • TOS-host-unreachable
  • TOS-network-redirect
  • TOS-network-unreachable
  • address-mask-reply
  • address-mask-request
  • communication-prohibited
  • destination-unreachable
  • echo-reply
  • echo-request
  • fragmentation-needed
  • host-precedence-violation
  • host-prohibited
  • host-redirect
  • host-unknown
  • host-unreachable
  • ip-header-bad
  • network-prohibited
  • network-redirect
  • network-unknown
  • network-unreachable
  • parameter-problem
  • port-unreachable
  • precedence-cutoff
  • protocol-unreachable
  • redirect
  • required-option-missing
  • router-advertisement
  • router-solicitation
  • source-quench
  • source-route-failed
  • time-exceeded
  • timestamp-reply
  • timestamp-request
  • ttl-zero-during-reassembly
  • ttl-zero-during-transit
.
type-number

A number for the ICMP type.

value

A value for the code.

Configuration mode.


system {
      session {
              limit {
                       group {
                               name <group-name> {
                                       rule <rule-number> {
                                               icmp {
                                                    group <group-value>
                                                    name <name>
                                                    type <type-number> code <value>
                                               } 
                                       }
                               }
                       }
                }
        }
}

Use the set form of this command to configure a rule set with ICMP for a session limit group.

Use the delete form of this command to remove a rule set with ICMP from a session limit group configuration.