I have a dedicated VLAN for Guess Wireless clients. As expected I only want to give them access to the internet and DHCP+DNS nothing else.
Guess VLAN ID is 1033
How I should configure my core router (N4000) ?
Sorry about that, I had the syntax off a bit.
Try it this way.
ROUTER(config-ip-acl)#permit ip 10.33.0.0 0.0.248.255 10.20.0.50 10
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The two options that come to mind are ACLs and private VLANs.
Here is an ACL guide on the older PowerConnect switches, but the concepts are the same.
Page 675 of the user guide also details ACLs and their use.
You could setup specific permit rules for the internet gateway, DHCP, and DNS IP addresses, and then deny all other access.
Private VLANs are detailed on page 755 of the user guide and may be another option to look into.
Thanks for your reply but I am a bit lost. ACL seems easier but commands haven't been recognized by N4032 (Firmware 184.108.40.206) core switch/router (10.20.0.254). Is it too much if I ask you script the commands according to environment below please?
We can use one of the examples from the user guide, and modify it to fit your needs.
I think commands are not recongnized with this switch. I'd like to remind that my swicth is N4032 (Firmware 220.127.116.11)
ROUTER(config)#ip access-list GuestWirelessROUTER(config-ip-acl)#10 permit ip 10.33.0.0 0.0.248.255 10.20.0.50Command not found / Incomplete command. Use ? to list commands.
Thank you so much Daniel, very much appreciated with your help.