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VLANs and ACLs 4200G

 
jvrsvw
Occasional Advisor

VLANs and ACLs 4200G

Hi



I have two 3COM 4200G layer 3 switches running 2 different VLANs.



My inter VLAN communication works 100% after assigning VLAN interfaces on the switches. The problem I am facing is as follows. I want to deny all traffic from VLAN 2 from accessing VLAN 1, but VLAN 1 must be able to have full access to VLAN 2.



I have created ACL rules all the ways I can think of, applied them globally and per VLAN with no success. Can someone please give me a crash course on how to do this ?





The details are as follows :



VLAN 1 - 192.168.1.0/24 Wildcard mask 0.0.0.255

VLAN 2 - 192.168.2.0/24 Wildcard mask 0.0.0.255



VLAN 1 full access to VLAN 2

VLAN 2 no access to VLAN 1



How must the command look, must it be applied globally, per VLAN or per port ? what must the match order be ? The 4200G supports inbound packet-filtering.



I have read all the manuals available from 3 COM but the info is a bit scarce or I do not understand it 100% correctly



If you would like more info please do not hesitate to ask



2 REPLIES
jvrsvw
Occasional Advisor

Re: VLANs and ACLs 4200G

Hi Guys



Can someone please assist me in this regard.



Your assistance will be greatly appreciated. :)



Thanks

jvrsvw
Occasional Advisor

Re: VLANs and ACLs 4200G

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