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ACLs on switch Cluster

Hi all,

I have previously posted a thread about ACLs on cluster switches.

However i am posting again to clarify myself and ask more questions.

I now know that i cannot apply ACLs per interface as my switches have the SI and not EI.

It is possible though to have ACLs applied on the management VLAN.

Lets say i have 4 switches in a cluster switch1-switch4

An http proxy is hanging of switch1.

I want to set up the ACL so that only a few hosts have access to the http proxy.

I know i have to configure this at the VLAN1.

Will this configuration be propagated to all other switched in the cluster,

and do in need to enable ACL on the command switch or just any switch i want.

Please shed some light.

Thanks,

George

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Re: ACLs on switch Cluster

I'm not really sure what you mean by switch cluster, I believe you are refering to a reduntant environment with 4 switches connected and running STP.

Could you give us the models, and IOS used.

Also, have you ever heard of VACL? or private-vlans? maybe these will suffice in your case.

Please let me know.

Sorry for the lousy english.

Regards,

Vlad

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