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    HP VLAN ACL with No Routing or IP on VLAN

    I have a VLAN (310) that is to only be used by our video equipment and is basically just a passthrough port on our switches. There is no routing or IP configured on the core switch for this VLAN but I want to be sure no traffic can get from this VLAN to any of our other VLANs. Can someone help me with an ACL that would not allow any traffic in or out of VLAN 310 to any other VLAN? My core switch is a HP 5412zl and my edge switches are HP 2910al and 3500yl. This VLAN is just for our video equipment and is routed from another switch from our Internet provider.


    Core Switch: HP ProCurve 5412zl
    Edge Swtiches: HP ProCurve 2910al & HP ProCurve 3500yl
    Video VLAN: 310

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    If there's no routing you have already isolated to vlan, no acls needed.

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    I thought that might be the case. Thanks.

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