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Blocking by Mac is typically a sign of bad network design (why are there servers you don't trust connected to the same subnet?) Or a misunderstanding of the role of layer 3 routers (Mac addresses do not pass through them, it is changed to the routers Mac when it hits it) .
But if either of those are not relevant it looks fine to me.