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Stopping Appletalk on a Vlan

Need some help. We currently have 8 VLAN's coming in on one interface and they each run their own appletalk zone. I would like to prevent each zone from being seen in the other subnets. Do I need to stop it on the subinterface or in the main router config? Thanks!

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Re: Stopping Appletalk on a Vlan

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Re: Stopping Appletalk on a Vlan

Thank you for the reply, it got me started. Here is the problem I am running into now. I want one other zone to be able to see this zone. How do I set that? Is it an in or out apply or both? Here is the current access list:

access-list 601 permit zone RHS

access-list 601 deny additional-zones

access-list 601 permit cable-range 300-310

access-list 601 deny other-access

I would like to be able to see into the RHS zone from the CR zone with cable range 380-390.


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Re: Stopping Appletalk on a Vlan

Is that zone only associated with that one cable range? If so then try applying the list as an outbound list on the interface associated with the CR zone and cable range 380-390.

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