VRF Communication

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Sep 28th, 2009
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Suppose i have 4 vlans (1 server vlan a nd 3 user vlan) in my access switch and in L3(6509) i have made them part of same vrf.Now with all 4 vlans in same vrf can i restrict communication between user vlan==user vlan and allow server vlan==client vlan.

or else only the option is all 4 vlans in 4 diffrent vrfs and only server vlan imorting all user vlan RT's and user vlan only import server vlan RT.

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Jon Marshall Tue, 09/29/2009 - 00:34
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If they are in the same VRF then can you not just use standard L3 acl's on the vlan interfaces to control the flow of traffic ?


sameermunj Tue, 09/29/2009 - 00:39
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i was just getting the confirmation on weather within same vrf i can control the traffic among diffrent networks using some kind of ACl not the standard ACL on vlan interface?

If i need to use standard ACL only then i think i can bypass the vrf part and can use standard acl on vlan interface in 6509 ???


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