Preference of RACL or VACL depends on what you are trying to achieve. To isolate vlans 3&4 from 1&2 you can use either. The advantage of the supervisor ACL is you can apply it per port if desired - for security this is a plus. Otherwise, they use the same TCAM storage space. If TCAM resources are a concern you can monitor your application of the ACLs and see which (if any) takes less resources.
Okay, Thanks - Ill have a read through this. But appart from resources both ways work the same IE they will both block out traffic from the other VLANs. It sees easier to use it on the router in that case ??
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