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I have 3 vlans /

VLAN 1    (192.168.1.x)
VLAN 50  (192.168.50.x)
VLAN 51  (192.168.51.x)

VLAN 51 is a guest vlan / I would like to craft up an access list that would restrict it to VLAN 50 and VLAN 1 / but allow VLAN 1 to access VLAN 51.

interface Vlan51
 ip access-group 51 in
access-list 51 deny   ip any log
access-list 51 permit ip any any log

When applying this access list - VLAN 51 is indeed restricted from VLAN 1 and VLAN 50

But VLAN 1 can no longer access VLAN 51 /
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