I have a secondary connection to a different ISP that i'm trying to apply an acl on in the inbound direction on a sub interface, but as soon as I apply the acl all traffic originating from inside workstations and going out to the internet is dead..
I have the same style of acl applied to our other isp connection in the inbound direction as well and there are no issuse. Traffic from inside devices can get out to the internet without problems.
The only difference is the 1st ISP connection is on a physical interface on the router and not a sub interface.
Example of the ACL:
permit ip any host x.x.x.x eq www
permit ip any host x.x.x.x eq smtp
deny ip any any log
So applying this inbound allows anyone on the internet to access the web server and the mail server, but deny's anything else.
This makes no sense to me why when I apply the acl inbound on the sub interface that all inside to outside traffic is blocked. Any thoughts?
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