Looking for a way to identify traffic reaching the deny ip any any of the policy-map contyrol-plane policing feature.
When implementing Control-Plane policing, as the traffic reaches the router (Control-Plane) the applied acl either permits the traffic or filters the traffic down through the applied acl until it reaches the deny ip any any line. All traffic that reaches the deny IP any any is passed onto the next level of classification. I tried to add the "log" to the end of the deny IP any any to identify the traffic but turns out the "log" keyword is not permitted in the service policy acl.
Does anyone know how to identify traffic within the policy-map Control-plane policing?
class-map match-any COPP_4
match access-group name IMPORTANT
police 256000 4000 conform-action trasnmit exceed-action drop
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