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Edit a Class map inside a policy map ?

kthned
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Hi

Is there any way to add a class map entery between two existing entries. In other words, I want to add a class map at position 2 of the follwing list. Is there any way in cisco to do it without deleting the rest of entries ? like sequence number etc ?

policy-map policy-default-autocopp

  class class-copp-mcast-v4-data-on-routedPort

   police rate 10 pps burst 1 packets  
     conform-action drop  
     exceed-action drop 

Here I want to add a custom entry 

  class class-copp-mcast-v6-data-on-routedPort

   police rate 10 pps burst 1 packets  
     conform-action drop  
     exceed-action drop 

  class class-copp-icmp-redirect-unreachable

   police rate 100 pps burst 10 packets  
     conform-action transmit  
     exceed-action drop 

  class class-copp-ucast-rpf-fail

   police rate 100 pps burst 10 packets  
     conform-action transmit  
     exceed-action drop 

  class class-copp-vacl-log

   police rate 2000 pps burst 1 packets  
     conform-action transmit  
     exceed-action drop 

  class class-copp-mcast-punt

   police rate 1000 pps burst 256 packets  
     conform-action transmit  
     exceed-action drop 

  class class-copp-mcast-copy

   police rate 1000 pps burst 256 packets  
     conform-action transmit  
     exceed-action drop 

  class class-copp-ip-connected

   police rate 1000 pps burst 256 packets  
     conform-action transmit  
     exceed-action drop 

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Joseph W. Doherty
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Not that I'm aware of.  I do it like you use to need to do it before ACLs supported sequence number, drop and re-add.

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Joseph W. Doherty
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Not that I'm aware of.  I do it like you use to need to do it before ACLs supported sequence number, drop and re-add.

Thanks Joseph !

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