Isolate vlan from other vlans on the same virtual router

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Create Date: Apr 16 2013 2:00PM

In the same virtual router (VR-Default) we have multiple vlans;
INF, PRD, CLT, MAT.

All vlans are vrrp enabled and tagged on trunks (uplink between two BB8810 core switches).

Vlan MAT must be an isolated vlan, its not allowed to talk with the other vlans.. Without building an seperate virtual router or using ACLs, how can I make this possible? Vrrp needs ipforwarding enabled, otherwise vrrp won't work.


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Create Date: Apr 17 2013 9:10AM

Private vlan will do the trick I think.

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