I have a 2621 router installed and I want to restrict certain production computers from accessing anything other than the subnet they are on. What is the best to way to do this with a 2621 router? I was thinking an ACL but I figured I would post just to see what other or if this is the best option.
The layout is the router is on our internal network separating one division from another, but we have computers on production lines that they only want to access stuff on the 192.168.3.X Network and keep the off the 192.168.4.X and keep these machines off the Internet as well. Again just trying to figure out if this is possible with this router.
I am trying to do both. I want to deny them from getting off the 192.168.X.Y network but not stop them from getting around the 192.168 A.B network. And again I only want this to affect certain staticly mapped IP addresses.
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