STIGQter STIGQter: STIG Summary: Layer 2 Switch Security Requirements Guide

Version: 1

Release: 5 Benchmark Date: 24 Jan 2020

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SV-76555r1_ruleThe layer 2 switch must be configured to disable non-essential capabilities.
SV-95193r1_ruleThe layer 2 switch must uniquely identify all network-connected endpoint devices before establishing any connection.
SV-76651r1_ruleThe layer 2 switch must authenticate all VLAN Trunk Protocol (VTP) messages with a hash function using the most secured cryptographic algorithm available.
SV-76653r1_ruleThe layer 2 switch must manage excess bandwidth to limit the effects of packet flooding types of denial of service (DoS) attacks.
SV-76655r2_ruleThe layer 2 switch must be configured to fail securely in the event of an operational failure.
SV-76657r1_ruleThe layer 2 switch must provide the capability for authorized users to select a user session to capture.
SV-76659r1_ruleThe layer 2 switch must provide the capability for authorized users to remotely view, in real time, all content related to an established user session from a component separate from the layer 2 switch.
SV-76661r1_ruleThe layer 2 switch must authenticate all network-connected endpoint devices before establishing any connection.
SV-76663r2_ruleThe layer 2 switch must have Root Guard enabled on all switch ports connecting to access layer switches and hosts.
SV-76665r1_ruleThe layer 2 switch must have BPDU Guard enabled on all user-facing or untrusted access switch ports.
SV-76667r1_ruleThe layer 2 switch must have STP Loop Guard enabled on all non-designated STP switch ports.
SV-76669r1_ruleThe layer 2 switch must have Unknown Unicast Flood Blocking (UUFB) enabled.
SV-76671r2_ruleThe layer 2 switch must have DHCP snooping for all user VLANs to validate DHCP messages from untrusted sources.
SV-76673r1_ruleThe layer 2 switch must have IP Source Guard enabled on all user-facing or untrusted access switch ports.
SV-76675r1_ruleThe layer 2 switch must have Dynamic Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) Inspection (DAI) enabled on all user VLANs.
SV-76683r1_ruleThe layer 2 switch must implement Rapid STP where VLANs span multiple switches with redundant links.
SV-76685r1_ruleThe layer 2 switch must enable Unidirectional Link Detection (UDLD) to protect against one-way connections.
SV-76687r1_ruleThe layer 2 switch must have all trunk links enabled statically.
SV-76691r1_ruleThe layer 2 switch must have all disabled switch ports assigned to an unused VLAN.
SV-76693r1_ruleThe layer 2 switch must not have the default VLAN assigned to any host-facing switch ports.
SV-76695r1_ruleThe layer 2 switch must have the default VLAN pruned from all trunk ports that do not require it.
SV-76697r1_ruleThe layer 2 switch must not use the default VLAN for management traffic.
SV-76699r1_ruleThe layer 2 switch must have all user-facing or untrusted ports configured as access switch ports.
SV-76701r1_ruleThe layer 2 switch must have the native VLAN assigned to an ID other than the default VLAN for all 802.1q trunk links.
SV-76703r2_ruleThe layer 2 switch must not have any switch ports assigned to the native VLAN.
SV-105017r1_ruleThe layer 2 switch must have Storm Control configured on all host-facing switch ports.
SV-105019r1_ruleThe layer 2 switch must have IGMP or MLD Snooping configured on all VLANs