You mean that even if you disable l3-forwarding for a specific vlan-interface it can still route traffic?
That is the output from "show vlan all" says "disabled" regarding layer3 forwarding?
To me disabling "l3-forwarding" is the same as running "no ip routing" in a cisco l3-switch.
That is you can still ping this vlan-interface (if it has a mgmt-profile that allows ping attached to it) but if you send a packet to it with a dstip which isnt the ip of this vlaninterface then the packet should be dropped.
Sounds like you should contact the tech support... and then update this thread with the result.
To me disabling l3-forwarding for a particular vlan-interface, no matter if this vlan-interface has an ip address attached to it or not, should mean that this vlan-interface wont forward packets to other vlan-interfaces and it should not accept packets from other vlan-interfaces aswell. However it should still forward packets to/from physical interfaces which are part of this vlan.
In your case ethernet1/1 should be able to forward packets to/from ethernet1/10 since both are part of vlan.10 but ethernet1/1 should not be able to forward packets to/from ethernet1/7 since that interface is part of vlan.2 which is different vlan.
VLAN interface is used as a gateway for routing purpose
you create a vlan object with 2 or more interface layer2, at this broadcast domain you can bind a Vlan Interface with Layer 3 forwarding enable. that allow the machine device connecting on any port of the vlan object to used the VLAN interface ipaddress affected as the default gateway.
the vlan interface is bind to a VR that allow the routing and forward.
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