[c-nsp] PACL on C6K

Rubens Kuhl Jr. rubensk at gmail.com
Thu Sep 8 13:18:43 EDT 2005

On Cat 6500, on all supervisors including Sup720, you can control L2
traffic with VACLs (VLAN Access Control Lists):

VACLs are also available on Cat4500; if you use them, you can more
easily change from one switch to the other. Beware that using VACLs
and PACLs together(same VLAN) on Cat4500 has a lot of restrictions,
try not to.


On 9/6/05, lists at hojmark.org <lists at hojmark.org> wrote:
> Has anyone actually tried using PACLs (Port Access Lists, i.e.
> access lists on L2 interfaces) on a Cat6500/720 running Native?
> >From the documentation, it looks like it's not supported, which
> strikes me as a bit odd, as both 2970/3560/3750 and 4500 can do
> that.
> -A
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