Last updated：2021-05-26 16:59:48
Server Load Balancing (SLB) supports access control for inbound traffic based on the protocol, IP address, traffic direction, and priority.
You can bind an ACL to listeners that have the same network traffic control requirements. By adding inbound rules that allow or deny certain data flows, you can precisely control which data flows go to the listeners. No control is applied to outbound traffic on listeners.
You can create ACLs and bind them to specific listeners. When you add rules to or remove rules from an ACL, the changes are automatically applied to the bound listeners.
An ACL rule consists of the following components:
You can add a maximum of 200 rules to an ACL.
When you use an ACL, take note of the following restrictions:
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