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Simple question, In a 6506, how do you apply an ACL to a interface??

Access-group only allows me to set the mode.

access-group > mode > prefer > port > int g2/1

Those are the only options available to me, it doesn't allow me to go.

ip access-group <name> in or out

or

access-group <name> in or out.

I realize the commands may be a little off, I don't have a switch nearby. When I get on our 3750 there are no issues, it allows you to apply the ACL the conventional way. I just can't seem to find any way to apply an ACL on an interface on the 6506 though.

Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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Simple question, In a 6506, how do you apply an ACL to a interfa

Sean

You should be able to apply an IP access-list to a L2 switchport on the 6500 in the inbound direction using -

ip access-group in

i realise you have tried this and it doesn't work. Note that port acls are only supported in the inbound direction not outbound.

What IOS are you running and what type of module is the interface on ?

Jon

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