Do you know that there is a command or tricky way to check whether an access-list (e.g access-list 1) is used by any route-map, interface, etc in the configuration?
I have Catalyst 6509s with IOS version 12.2(18)SXF7
Thank you in advance.
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Yeah, I was really interested in whether a built-in command exists for this or not. But if not, then I need to stay using the pipe. ;-)
But be aware that an ACL doesn't need to be applied in the config to be used. An ACL that is only configured could still be referenced by an AAA-Server, for example when you use any kind of authentication (like 802.1x or auth-proxy).
Hey you should see hits on the acl if you do a show access-list x to see if its taking hits and is in use
in the route-map itself under the running-config it should show something like match ip address 1 or under the interface shoulkkd be ip access-group 1
Standard IP access list 5
250 permit 172.19.249.77
10 permit 172.19.154.53 (915189 matches)