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Limit access for a computer with Static IP to limited IP range on LAN

I am trying to figure out if I can do this by access lists.  I have a computer set up with a static ip ( on VLAN 10.  VLAN 10's IP range

I would like to limit the computer with the static IP to a limited range of IP's on the subnet -- to be precise, using above addresses, I would like to limit the computer with static IP to have access to only the address range - (  No access to the other computers in the range - (including ICMP).

All the computers on the LAN are connected to a Cisco 6506.  Can I do this using access lists for the port the static IP computer is plugged in to?  It's Friday and I am at a complete loss on how to do this!  Any help is appreciated and worth 500 points.
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8/22/2022 - Mon

Do you have a bunch of vlans?
is the 6506 doing inter-vlan routing?
Woud the computer needs access to other serices from other subnets?
I am looking at recommending Vlan Access Lists (VACLS) for you.

Just have a couple of VLANS. For voice and data. No inter VLAN routing done yet. Have always wanted to segment my servers and workstations on different VLANS but never got around to it. This computer would only need services and access to the ip range that I have indicated -- which currently happens to be on the same subnet.


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Well, I thought the above solution provided worked but unfortunately, it didn't. The reason it was behaving as I wanted it to was I has set the subnet mask to The mask needs to be at Any help -- will give more points or may be easier to just open a new question. Thanks.