OASIS TC Open Repository: openc2-iosacl-adapter
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Statement of Purpose
To demonstrate an adapter translating OpenC2 commands to Cisco IOS format (syntax) for Access Control Lists (ACLs) management, and
Provide an R code base to facilitate other prototype efforts,
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