I have a specific server in my LAN that I need to restrict so only certain IPs can access it. I am contemplating creating a VLAN on the switch and putting the server in that VLAN. Then, using a router-on-a-stick, route between the two VLANs. Does that sound like a feasible solution? Could I then use an inbound access list on the router to limit access to only the specific IPs between the VLANs?
I am using a Catalyst 3548 Switch and a 2600 series router and I am assuming that they will do this.
Above it was stated: "You could use an inbound access-list on the non-server vlan interface or an outbound access-list on the server vlan inteface." Isn't that backwards? Say I create VLAN 20 and place this single server on it. Since I'm filtering IPs coming into VLAN 20 to access this server wouldn't I apply the access list restrictions inbound on the VLAN 20 interface?
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