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Cisco commands to add an extended ACL to a VLAN interface?

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Hi,

What are the Cisco commands to add an extended named ACL to a VLAN interface?

Switch Model: 4510

e.g.  I want to apply the extended ACL called “No-Internet” to VLAN 5.
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int vlan 5
ip access-group No-Internet in
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Great! Thanks
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