All the three terms mean the same, and can be used interchangeably.
Router(config)# vlan access-map ACL_NAME 10
Although some people sometimes, use the term bridged ACL to define the ACLs being applied to ACE appliances(Load balancers) on Bridged virtual interfaces.
A VACL, BACL or Vlan ACL/Vlan-map is basically a method to apply ACLs to VLANs using an access-list sort of formulation. We can define the interesting traffic under the command I have shown above in the form of an access-list and perform an action like "permit" or "drop" on the traffic.
Is bridged ACL can be applied on both inbound and outbound direction under an SVI??
Well the answer is yes, but this direction can be defined only by the source and destination in the access-list. You do not have a method to basically set a command like "ip access-group 101 in/out" for a VACL.
Sometimes, I see VACLs as a QOS variance.(Match interesting traffic and act upon it sort of behavior that it displays).
However, in this case, for the question "Is bridged ACL can be applied on both inbound and outbound direction under an SVI??", you said "YES", but i would now say the answer is NO because i cannot apply the bridged ACl on any vlan interface.....there is no such command..........
bridged acl can then only be applied to a vlan, not on interface......so the brdiged acl cannot be applied in inbound/outbound direction under an SVI.
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