suite yourself. I regret ever helping you with the previous issues you've had in the past..
OK now I think you got wrong what I've said, I did been really angry at the time and I felt, by some of the reply, that I was took as a school kid and not a fellow member.
With that said, If I hurt somebody feelings I apologize dearly.
So here what I should have said:
1- I'm asking for help, I'm also asking for knowledge.
2- I've put what you quote so that peoples knows more to who they're talking to, not to brag.
3- Why I'm saying I don't want to do inter VLAN routing is basically I don't want the 2 vlan to see each other! That's the whole point of Community VLANS. At my understanding.
4- If I've been wrong in my choice of term my bad.
5- What really fed me up is when somebody want to help me and denied my asking of help. I've read information's about Inter Vlan routing but nothing is applied at my "Theorical" question and the little stuff about Community VLAN, isolation ports and so on is not complete to understand the whole aspect.
So the question remain and I believed this will be best formulated by:
Why couldn't I create a Community Vlan (a VLan into the primary VLAN and NOT a complete different VLAN [at least I understand it that way]) to prevent a group of physical ports /MAC add.
(L2 only here) to speak with the rest of the network and the other way around.
Also a Community VLAN can only speak to it's fellow ports/MAC add. and the outside (that will be link to the home router -> Internet).
I need to understand why some said YES and other NO; simply point out the issue with a brief explanation if you don't want to get too detailed.