I have 2 core switches interconnected with two trunks. On both switches, there are 5 virtual interfaces for 5 VLANs. HSRP runs on the switches and an ACL is activated on the SVIs in the inbound direction. When I plug a laptop to a VLAN 200 port on SW1, I can get to the Internet although the ACL should be dropping the packets. Could you please help me figure out what is going on? Below are relevant excerpts of both switch's configurations.
I agree with Vivek that the direction is correct. Anyway, I had a troubleshooting session with Cisco this morning. unfortunately, we still couldn't figure out why the ACL was not matching the traffic. we edited the ACL and created additional ones to no avail... So, the Cisco engineer asked for the tech reports to investigate the issue in their lab.
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