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Firewall context.

if i create two context then its working individual ok but i give two IP address on one interface for different context .How its working individually ?

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Re: Firewall context.

If I understand your question correctly. You define and seperate traffic to each context by vlan id's. You would create sub-interfaces in the system context and assign a vlan there. Then assign that sub interface to a context.

Example:

Eth0/1.10 (Vlan 10) Context1

Eth0/1.20 (Vlan 20) Context2

I hope that makes sense.

-Jesse

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Re: Firewall context.

Thank you

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