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InterVLAN routing on Cisco SF300-24PP

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    Hi,

    I’m stuck trying to route between VLANs.

    I have a Cisco SF300-24PP set in L3 system mode. I also have an EdgeCore ECS2100-28T L2 switch.
    Port 1 on both switch is on VLAN 101 untagged. Port 2 on both switch is on VLAN 102 untagged. The switches are connected on trunk ports.which are tagged members of VLANS 101, 102 and 1 (default).
    VLAN101 on the Cisco has address 192.168.1.254.
    VLAN102 on the Cisco has address 192.168.2.254.
    VLAN1 on the Cisco has address 192.168.98.254.

    I can connect a PLC, address 192.168.1.55, on port 1 on the Edgecore switch and ping it from a PC on port 1 on the Cisco switch ok.
    I can connect a the same PLC on port 2 on the Edgecore switch and ping it from a PC on port 2 on the Cisco switch ok.

    What I need to be able to do is ping [and go online to the PLC] with the PC on port 1 on the Cisco switch and the PLC on port 2 on the Edgecore switch, i.e. between VLANs, and only in that direction..
    The PC has address 192.168.1.200/24, gateway 192.168.1.254.
    The PLC has address 192.168.2.100/24.

    I thought that ACL binding on port 1 or VLAN101 of the Cisco would do the trick for me but I can’t get it to work.
    The ACE I was using is attached.

    Can anyone help with the routing?

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