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Post time 2021-6-3 20:47:09 | Show all posts |Read mode
Hi All,

I am using EG2100-P V2, setup 2 sub-interface with different subnets, I would like to know deploy the policy that the subnets cannot communicate each other, and only how to access internet.

How can I deploy the settings?

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Post time 2021-6-3 21:34:38 | Show all posts
Dear sir,

You can use the ACL to do it.

Please refer to this guide RG-EG Series Gateway Web-Based Configuration Guide

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 Author| Post time 2021-6-4 06:35:15 | Show all posts
Thanks. how to set the source and destination?  There is no permit/deny with all ip addresses.
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Post time 2021-6-4 16:51:54 | Show all posts
ty.principal@pe replied at 2021-6-4 06:35
Thanks. how to set the source and destination?  There is no permit/deny with all ip addresses.

Source IP is the clients 1 IP
Destination IP is the other client 2 IP which you don't want client 1 to access
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 Author| Post time 2021-6-4 21:50:32 | Show all posts
Edited by ty.principal@peck.edu.hk at 2021-6-5 17:58

Thanks.

Created a new rule as attached, but still can ping the client address.

Is anything wrong?
5 June: I see that apply the ACL to the policy is required, but still not work after deployed
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Post time 2021-6-6 10:53:26 | Show all posts
ty.principal@pe replied at 2021-6-4 21:50
Thanks.

Created a new rule as attached, but still can ping the client address.

Dear sir,

Please check whether you have apply the ACL to the related port
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 Author| Post time 2021-6-7 00:09:13 | Show all posts
Daisy replied at 2021-6-6 10:53
Dear sir,

Please check whether you have apply the ACL to the related port

I have applied the ACL to the sub interface say 2.1.

However, the machines not only cannot go to the destination subnet, but also cannot access internet (the gateway is 10.90.190.1 from my attached screen.

How can I solve the problem? Thanks
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Post time 2021-6-7 11:14:04 | Show all posts
ty.principal@pe replied at 2021-6-7 00:09
I have applied the ACL to the sub interface say 2.1.

However, the machines not only cannot go to  ...

Add a permit any any ACL on the last of your ACL rule
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 Author| Post time 2021-6-7 23:08:22 | Show all posts
Daisy replied at 2021-6-7 11:14
Add a permit any any ACL on the last of your ACL rule

Thank. Will try later this week
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 Author| Post time 2021-6-8 22:46:25 | Show all posts
Daisy replied at 2021-6-7 11:14
Add a permit any any ACL on the last of your ACL rule

seems work, thank you
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