I am trying to get a better understanding of turbo acl. I have read the following link http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/ios/12_1t/12_1t5/feature/guide/dttacl.html#wp1019702.
I know once you enter the access-list compiled a lookup table is created which speeds up the lookup process.
I am would like to know that how the table works in conjunction with the lines in the ACL. For example if a match is found in the lookup table does the router look at the line number of the ACL? When using turbo acl's does the line sequencing in the ACL matter to the lookup table.
When using the command show access-list compiled there are column heading labeled Entries, Config, Fragment, Redundant. I read these as Entries = number of lines in ACL, Config = lines compiled in lookup table, fragment = number lines that are fragmented in the ACL and redundant = number of redundant lines in the ACL.
If I have an entry under fragment or redundant how can one locate those lines in the ACL without having to go line by line. This can be really aggravating process if the ACL is large (1000+ lines).
This is the first time I have worked with the 7200 series. Prior the 3640 was the biggest router I have worked with.
Thanks for any info and help.