This is my first post, and it is regarding Cisco VLan configuration.
I configured a router on a stick. Created 2 subinterface. One with 10.0.0.1/24 and 192.168.2.1/24. I created 2 Vlans, and i put 2 computers in each VLANS.
How do i configure so that both VLAN's dont communicate with each other?
the computers on vlan 10, i dont want them to communicate with the computers on vlan 20.
I hope this is the right location for my post.
THanks in advance,
agreed with twin--turbo, On a Cisco Router an ACL (or access list) is the way to go, unless of course you have access to something like an ASA or PIX then you can filter/firewall traffic between the VLANS.
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