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Force10 S50 Port Forward

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is there any way to forward all traffic which comes from 25 port over Portchannel 1 to vlan 1001 in Force10 S50v
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from 25 port
As in physical port 25, which is a portchannel member?
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no port 25 for smtp i plan to forward ip traffic on port 25 which comes from port channel 1
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I don't really think you can do layer2 forwarding based on layer4 data. You should be able to create an extended ACL to block/permit, but that's it.
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thanks
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