Best Practice for where to apply ACL's on a router
I have a 1760 router with a 4 port ethernet card. It has the Vlan1 int on it for f0/0 in the IOS. I need to apply an ACL to that interface/subnet with the phyical cable in f0/0 and ip range of vlan1. When appling the ACL should I apply it to the physical interface or the Vlan (mgt) interface. What is the best practice and is there any docs on this on cisco?
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