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Is it possible to create an ACL with a deny ip source and apply it to a VLAN?

For example: I have an IP source of 10.0.10.0 0.0.0.255 I only want that source range to be blocked from the other VLANS. Instead of adding a bunch of rules for the different IP ranges to an ACL, I would create 1 rule that denies any IP address from the 10.0.10.0 range to whatever VLAN I apply the rule to?

For example(not sure if my rule wording is totally correct):

ACL 3000

rule 1 deny ip source 10.0.10.0 0.0.0.255 destination any any

then apply that to say vlan 5, vlan 6, and vlan 8? But not to Vlan 3, Vlan 4, and Vlan 7 if they existed for example? That would block access from any IP in the 10.0.10.0 range to everything except VLAN 3, 4, and 7?

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That all corresponds to Cisco stuff?
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I am almost thinking that maybe this is being made harder than it needs to be. We have wx2200 wireless controller, couldn't I set an ACL on the controller to block the 10.0.10.0 range from going to any other vlan?
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Adding the acl to the vlan did not work. After much trial and error with my acl, I was able to get it somewhat working.
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