Block a local IP range from an interface
Need some help or ideas here. I'm wanting to block 10.1.1.1 - 10.1.1.199 from having access to another interface I have created that is to be dedicated to a VOIP system. Problem is the VOIP has to be able to use 10.1.1.200 - 250 or only allow 200 - 250 to access this other interface which has an IP gateway of 10.2.2.1.
Any ideas? I'm almost thinking that a vlan may be best.
So these are two separate interfaces?
I'm not sure I understand the problem correctly.
Just put a firewall rule in place blocking those IPs. Use an Alias to group them to make it easier.
Yes. there are currently 4 interfaces at this time. Cable, DSL, LAN, SHARE & VOIP.
Ahh. That is what I needed to know. I just want to block machines from going down the wrong gateway.
Still not sure I understand the issue. A diagram might help here if you can't solve it yourself.