3550-SMI ACL's

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by Jo Knight, Jun 9, 2004.

  1. Jo Knight

    Jo Knight Guest


    I have a couple of 3550's routing between VLAN's perfectly. Now I need to
    add some ACL's to the VLAN interfaces, but read that the SMI cannot apply
    normal ACL's and I will need to upgrade to EMI for this.

    Do I have an alternative in order to secure VLANs from one another (just
    basic stuff like blocking NetBios traffic and only allowing www, tcp ports
    through etc.)

    Jo Knight, Jun 9, 2004
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  2. Jo Knight

    Guest Guest

    Not really about this post, I was just wondering about your post last month
    about the inter VLAN routing. Which suggestion(s) solved the problem?

    As for ACL, I know it supports IP and MAC ACLs, not sure about protocols. I
    would tend to think not, because it's supposed to be a Layer 2 switch. Then
    again it does accept an IP ACL. Might as well give it a try, it's not going
    to affect operation as long as the ACL isn't applied anywhere.
    "access-list 111 deny udp any and eq 137" or "ip access-list 111 deny udp
    any and eq 137"
    Guest, Jun 11, 2004
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  3. Jo Knight

    Jo Knight Guest


    Yeah I have got it all working fine now. It seems that the SMI image doesnt
    have an access-group command to bind the access-list to an interface. SMI
    does support vlan maps though which are used with access-lists. (look in the
    3550 config guide on how to do it) The downside with this is that this map
    works on traffic in both directions (unlike an access-list that can be
    applied to an interface in or out) so you just have to allow control inbound
    and outbound access in the same access-list.

    As for inter-VLAN routing, if i remember correctly i didnt include the ip
    routing statement to turn it on, as it seems its not on by default :)

    Now I have 2 3550's routing between VLANs running HSRP with interface
    tracking, so if one switch should fail it continues to route seemlesly.

    Jo Knight, Jun 12, 2004
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