I have a 4500 that has a vlan (10) on it that none of the clients should talk to each other. I am going to configure this as a isolated vlan. This VLAN is propagated to a 6500 that has the IP address of this VLAN, from what I have read I need to create a primary vlan (99) and then create the client vlan (10) as a isolated vlan within this (99).
Is this correct?
If anyone has a good doc on PVLANs please let me know! The docs on Cisco seem to be lacking.
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encapsulating the entire inner TCP/UDP datagram within an ESP header.
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