Access Lists on Layer-3 Switches
Date: 02/16/04

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    Do you think that there is any significant drawback of using access lists
    on layer-3 switches in comparison with access lists on routers? Can you
    reach the same security (packet-filtering)with the switch solution (layer
    3) or is a router for an internal network separation a must?
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