How to isolate more than one Vlan

Latest reply: Sep 5, 2018 20:10:01 348 4 0 0
Hello guys,

I have this problem. I want to offer HSI, IPTV and VoIP service. Each service has one vlan. My problem is, that I want to isolate each vlan. I tried to isolate it with MUX VLAN, but here I can isolate just one Vlan per port.

I don't want that those services / costumers can speak to eatchother over a L2-Ring. The feature port isolation doesn't help me neither, because this feature just works on the Switch were it was configured.

Do you have any suggestions for me how to isoalte them?

Regards


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WheatGrass Created Aug 3, 2018 11:36:12 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)


  • For layer 2, please use VLAN to isolate.
  • For layer 3, please use VPN-instance to isolate.
This post was last edited by WheatGrass at 2018-08-03 11:38.
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faysalji Created Aug 6, 2018 13:17:29 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

only one switch port can be associated to a secondary vlan of type isolated but you can have multiple (different) isolated vlans mapped to the same primary vlan.
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StarOfWest Created Aug 8, 2018 15:09:21 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

ACLs with traffic policies.
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semphis Created Sep 5, 2018 20:10:01 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

well, I solved it with the forced mac forwarding feature.
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