Unfortunately that is not possible. The situation can / will arise that all three sets will use the same IP numberplan (in that case, one mgt VLAN50 will not be sufficient; think of an extension of all three sets with an own mgt VLAN).
This means I want separation based on the VLAN traffic is coming from. I searched for ACL's - they can filter on IP, IPX, mac address, etc. etc. but I cannot find a way to have them filtering the 'originating VLAN' of traffic...
Have any clue?
My worse case solution is to isolate the 6500's and patching all equipment cabling to another 6500 - and back again - which is quite impractical and not flexible.
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