I have just set up an SG300 with protected ports so that different ports can not see the traffic on other ports. Now I am being asked to restrict specific ports to using only specific ip addresses. Is this possible with this switch?
Each port will need to allow several (5-6) addresses.
We provide off-site mirrored storage for about a dozen customers. Each one provides their own firewall and vpn equiptment. Each customer has use of one protected port on the SG300 connected to their equiptment.
We have a class-C IP range and we tell each customer what ip addresses they can use. For example, Joe can use .8-.15, Bob can use .16-.23, etc.
We want to protect Joe should Bob fat-finger an address and ends up using .9 (intending .19) while Joe is already using .9. We want only Bob to get errors and not Joe.
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