Re: What is the OPEN DIR ACL in auth result on switch?
It is probably due to open directive:
"To control access for hosts with no authorization policy, you can configure a directive. The supported values for the directive are open and default . When you configure the open directive, all traffic is allowed. The default directive subjects traffic to the access provided by the port. You can configure the directive in the user profile on the AAA server or on the switch. To configure the directive on the AAA server, use the authz-directive =<open/default> global command. To configure the directive on the switch, use the epm access-control open global configuration command."
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