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Nortel ACL

I have a Nortel 4524GT as my headend L3 device in the building.  I have 4 interfaces on it.  VLAN 192-192.168.42.2/24, VLAN 10-10.1.10.2/23, VLAN 100-192.168.100.2/24, and VLAN 100-10.1.10.2.  I have a default route going to 10.1.10.1 which is a Cisco router to the internet.  10.1.10.241 is my DHCP server for all VLANs.  I want to deny VLAN 100 from everything on our network except the DHCP server (10.1.10.241), the 10.1.10.2 interface to route to the Cisco router (10.1.10.1).  How do I create an ACL to do this?
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Robert Sutton JrSenior Network ManagerCommented:
Can you post a copy of your current config to assist us better in helping you with your issue? Thanks in advance.
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I want to only allow the 100 VLAN to access the internet.  10.1.10.2 is the gateway to the internet.
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herbricordsAuthor Commented:
choose to use different vendor
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