Describe your idea:
Need a way to whitelist allowed traps and block all others not in the allowed list.
Why is this important?
In an environment where "enable all traps" is the default configuration for network gear, the result is thousands of traps being processed. By creating a whitelist approach we can drop all traps by default and only allow those that match a list.
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