then on the router interface I apply this ACL INBOUND
so I say on the interface
access-group 100 in
This means in towards the router vs. if I had used "out" meaning "out away from the router".
Now I want to understand this with respect to a VLAN
If I apply an ACL using Access-group on an OUT direction to a VLAN, does that not mean traffic that is leaving the VLAN?
Here is my issue:
interface Vlan103 description Disaster Recovery SCADA Network A ip address 192.168.103.1 255.255.255.0 ip access-group LoSCADA-vlan103 out end
IN the following example, I would have thought that I would have to write the ACL so that the source was anything in the 192.168.103 network, and that any thing external would be the destination in the ACL. But when I examine the associated ACL i see on this device( ACL LoSCADA-vlan103), this seems inverted.
For some reason, I am not understanding the direction of traffic flow
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