Yes. You can apply an inbound ACL on VLAN 10 SVI. You could also apply outbound or inbound(depends on your actual Access-list entries) on VLAN 20 SVI but it is always a good idea to apply ACLs closest to the source VLAN. This way it does not get switched/routed and then get dropped.
Thanks for u r reply.it got me cleared some issues but i am little bit confused in terms of SVI"s and physical interfaces on a router.with the above scenario if we take it in terms of a router i can apply the acl inbound to ethernet interface and outbound to serial interface am i right...?
and on the next router if i want it to block i can apply the acl inbound to serial interface and outbound to ethernet interface am i right..?
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