Hi, I'm using a Cisco 2960 and I'm trying to create an ACL to block communication to and from specific IPs. More specifically, I want to block communication to other hosts on the same VLAN. All other traffic should be able to get in/out. I've been testing by creating some extended and standard ACLs but I'm unable to have them affect the traffic inside the VLAN.
Do I need to be using VLAN access maps? If so, would someone be able to provide some syntax and/or explain how to implement them? I'm not too familiar with ACLs.
Annnnnd not that anyone really cares, but I got this working on my test switch thanks to KWillacy's help. Then I found that the production switch for which I was running these tests doesn't support VACLs....
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