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Jan 2nd, 2009
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guys can someone please tell me the diff between the following class-map


class-map KK

match ip precedence 3


class-map KK

match precedence 3


is it same or it different whats the logic behind these two command.....now one more thing


what the difference


class-map match-all KK


class-map match-any


class-map KK


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Joseph W. Doherty Fri, 01/02/2009 - 09:09
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"guys can someone please tell me the diff between the following class-map


class-map KK

match ip precedence 3


class-map KK

match precedence 3


is it same or it different whats the logic behind these two command"


Don't believe there's a functional difference, although I recall the syntax changed between different IOS versions. Also recall the later IOS might accept either syntax. As to their logic, both will match against IP packets with IP Precedence 3.


"what the difference


class-map match-all KK


class-map match-any "


-all makes for an "and" condition if there are multiple match statements within the class-map. I.e. class match will be true only if all match statements true


-any makes for an "or" condition if there are multiple match statements within the class-may. I.e. class match will be true if any match statement true

mlund Mon, 01/05/2009 - 01:16
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Hi


match ip precedence, matches ipv4 only.

match precedence, matches both ipv4 and ipv6.


/Mikael

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