i would like to block outbound interfaces, nope they are on the same vlan.
to give you some background i have a client who is using an old Netgear router and wants to change over to an 1801 adsl router, they have a rule to block SMTP on the outbound services from 10.1.1.20 - 10.1.1.252
so you want clients from 10.1.1.20 - 10.1.1.252 should not access the smtp server right? If the above is correct then you can define the acl like below and apply to the specific vlan interface. below are the examples only.
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