Ronan Kirby stated the following on Thu, Feb 24, 2000 at 11:49:32AM +0000 :
> > Anyone out there know how to do this? or even if its possible, I want to do
> > this to stop spoofed ip packets from leaving my router destined for the
> > net...
>> You can stop spoofed packets leaving your network by applying "Reverse
> Path Filtering" on the router. As far as I know all versions of IOS
> support it. T'will stop smurf attacks etc. from your network. Any
> packets with faked source IPs will just be dropped.
ip unicast reverse verify
inst it, i think,
great thing to have on any edge router
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