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How To Configure Access Lists & Route Between VLAN's On HP v1910 24G

Discussion in 'Networks' started by craigie, Oct 14, 2012.

  1. craigie

    craigie Terabyte Poster

    In the previous how to, we configured layer 3 static routes and VLAN’s on the HP v1910 24G however you would have noticed that you wouldn’t have been able to reach any devices on different VLAN’s. Why this? Well if you remember that each VLAN is a logical security boundary which means that traffic from one VLAN to another is always denied unless we specifically allow the traffic.

    This is where the Access List comes into play, an Access List specifies what source traffic is allowed to get to what destination traffic. Think of it as being in a hallway in a house and all the doors are locked. You then get given a key and you can get from the hallway into the lounge. The source is the hallway, the destination is the lounge and the key is the Access List.

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