Implementing an ACL and a Service-Policy on same interface
Looking for a sanity check. I was going to lab it up but decided to check here first.
On an inbound interface, I want to apply a "go-nogo" ACL filter, and then use a service -policy to modify the traffic that made it through the initial ACL.
For example: I want the inbound ACL to only permit traffic from 126.96.36.199/24 and deny all else. Then, I want the service-policy (using class maps and policy maps) to manipulate/modify the traffic before it hits the routing process. So, in this example, the only traffic that would hit the class map ACLs would be sourced from 188.8.131.52/24 - as all other traffic would have been denied by the inbound ACL.
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