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

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I am trying to figure out if I can do this by access lists.  I have a computer set up with a static ip (10.1.5.245) on VLAN 10.  VLAN 10's IP range 10.1.5.0/24.

I would like to limit the computer with the static IP to a limited range of IP's on the 10.1.5.0/24 subnet -- to be precise, using above addresses, I would like to limit the computer with static IP 10.1.5.245 to have access to only the address range 10.1.5.129 - 10.1.5.254 (10.1.5.128/25).  No access to the other computers in the range 10.1.5.1 - 10.1.5.127 (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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