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Stop Inter-VLAN Routing to only one subnet (DMZ)

Last Modified: 2015-04-28

I have an HP E5406zl Core switch that I'd like to stop one VLAN, my DMZ, from being able to route to the other VLANs.  I'll be untagging 2 ports on the switch, one will connect to my VM host for the servers in my DMZ, and the other will uplink to the DMZ Port on my Firewall.  I did a "no ip route VLAN 100", which is my DMZ, but when I do a "show IP route", it still shows the DMZ, because it's connected.  And I'm still able to ping from the other VLANs.  I realize I may need to create an ACL for this, but I've never done one before, just in Cisco Class a long time ago...Here's some of the info from the switch and Firewall:

Firewall DMZ IP
Core Switch DMZ IP VLAN 100

Other Subnet IPs/VLANs  VLAN 10  VLAN 30    VLAN 160 (Phones)   VLAN 400   VLAN 500   VLAN 600   VLAN 700   VLAN 800   VLAN 1 (Management VLAN)

I've also attached the Running Config for the Core Switch (E5406zl), with a show IP and show IP route at the end of it .  I'd appreciate any help I can get with this


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