my vlan interface 61 had an access-list StopInbound. It worked fine, but had too many logging statements, so it was clogging my buffer. I modified it to remove the loggin statements, and named it StopInbound-nolog. On the vlan interface 61, I removed StopInbound, and replaced it with StopInbound-nolog. But I'm still getting messages from the original ACL. Do I need to bounce the vlan int 61 for the new ACL to take effect? I'm using IOS enterprise 12.2-25.ewa8
Thanks for reply; it looks like the problem fixed itself, as I no longer get log messages from the inactive ACL. The odd thing was that the last message from the de-activated ACL was 4 minutes and six seconds after I removed it, which prompted my question. This morning I cleared ACL-counters, and the deactivated one is no longer taking hits.
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