I'm configuring a PACL on my L2 Switch to block a user. Both of us reside on the same L2 Switch and the same VLAN. On the Switch, I conifgured this statment globally on the Switch:
mac access-list extended Deny
deny host xxxx.xxxx.xxxx any
Under my interface, I configured this statement:
mac access-group Deny in
After I did this, my computer experienced severe connectivity issues. So, I added a permit any any statement below the deny statement. Still, severe connectivity issues. I followed the configuration guide.
Did I miss anything? I assume the ACL logic is correct.
The acl would need to applied in the outbound direction for that acl to work. That said, it depends on the switch you are using as some switches have the restriction wiith PACLs that they can only be applied in the inbound direction.
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