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gtek and ankenyr Add tests for protocol management in Windows ACL generator
I was trying to troubleshoot some issues with generated Windows ACLs that looked like they were related to an earlier problem with the HOPOPT protocol, and these tests were useful in figuring out what was happening.

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capirca It is possible to get rid of the fringe in _CollapseAddrListInternal … Apr 15, 2019
def Fixing HIGH_PORTS to be the widest range of ephemeral ports available. May 6, 2016
doc Adding in section name for nsxv as explicit target option. May 17, 2017
policies Integrating CloudArmor generator with aclgen.py Dec 17, 2018
tests Add tests for protocol management in Windows ACL generator Apr 15, 2019
tools Reimplementing migration of nacaddr to using ipaddresses after the ro… Oct 3, 2018
.gitignore Added a bit more to run_lint.sh. It now filters more and only warns o… Jul 21, 2016
.travis.yml Removing the 'a' from yaml Oct 18, 2016
AUTHORS Sync internal and external repositories. May 19, 2016
LICENSE Reworking many things. Removed some third party libraries which shoul… May 5, 2016
MANIFEST.in Updating MANIFEST.in to only include files that are actually needing … Aug 29, 2018
README.md add link to channel on network to code slack. Oct 19, 2018
aclcheck_cmdline.py
make_dist.sh Sync internal and external repositories. May 19, 2016
requirements.txt Removing unneeded requirement from requirements.txt to put it in line… Jan 29, 2019
setup.py Reimplementing migration of nacaddr to using ipaddresses after the ro… Oct 3, 2018

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Capirca

Capirca is a tool designed to utilize common definitions of networks, services and high-level policy files to facilitate the development and manipulation of network access control lists (ACLs) for various platforms. It was developed by Google for internal use, and is now open source.

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Capirca has a channel on the NetworkToCode slack.

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