Looking for the plugin's configuration parameters? You can find them in the ACL configuration reference doc.
Restrict access to a service or a route by adding consumers to allowed or
denied lists using arbitrary ACL groups. This plugin requires an authentication plugin
(such as Basic Authentication, Key Authentication,
OAuth 2.0 or OpenID Connect) to have been already
enabled on the service or route.
You can’t configure an ACL with both
deny configurations. An ACL with an
allow provides a positive security model, in which the configured groups are allowed access to the resources, and all others are inherently rejected. By contrast, a
deny configuration provides a negative security model, in which certain groups are explicitly denied access to the resource (and all others are allowed).
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