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Hp 1910 Vlan acl

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Hi ,

I have hp 1910 at office and my office have three vlan networks. I had created vlan 10 . vlan 20 and vlan 30 . vlan 10 is management and finance , and vlan 20 is staff . I want management to access to staff . but staff vlan disallow to access management . i read manual from internet and test with qos behavior and class .  
how to enablle hp acl for vlan .

eg vlan 20 dont allow vlan 10



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http://www.scribd.com/doc/61599089/234/ACL-QoS-configuration-example

Read page 439-447 and modify it for your situation.
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by:mgzawmyomin
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Hi Expert ,

I had tried the following step so many time , no luck . is there any other way to do without QOS ?

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by:Don Johnston
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vlan 10 is management and finance , and vlan 20 is staff .

 I want management to access to staff . but staff vlan disallow to access management .

VLAN 10 is management AND finance? And you want to deny staff to get to management but permit staff to get to finance???

That's going to be very, very difficult.
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by:mgzawmyomin
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Sorry for confusing to you

Make it simple , There are two vlans. VLan10 and vlan20, i want to deny vlan 20 to access vlan10 and vlan 10 can go to vlan 20 .

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Well that can be kind of tricky since most communications are bi-directional. For example, if VLAN 10 requests something from VLAN 20, the VLAN 20 traffic has to be permitted to get to VLAN 10.

What type of traffic is it that's allowed from VLAN 10 to VLAN 20?
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HI

Sorry for late replied Vlan10 no restriction to vlan 20 . Vlan 20 no acess at all to vlan 10 .

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Then it can't be done.  UDP traffic can't be blocked in one direction and not the other.
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