This command indeed allow to see some statistics about pps, burst, bytes and so on, but there is no information about what type of traffic actually belong to class-map access-list. If, for example, I want to identify what traffic i forgot to classify and which went to class-default how can i do this?
I am not sure if there are any command that will be that granular.
However there are some more indepth commands like:
show platform hardware acl input entries static show platform hardware acl input actions
show platform hardware qos policers in show platform hardware qos policers out show platform hardware qos policers control-plane Show Platform CPU Packet Statistics All show platform hardware acl input entries sw-allocated show platform hardware acl input actions
I am sorry, the commands given were for larger ASR chassis.
Looking deeper into cisco archives there is no other way but the show policy-map control-plane command at this time and the ACL counter logging is not a feature yet enabled. That said, The business unit is specifically tracking this feature and will be implimenting it in the future. The development team is getting similar requests from other customers as well so if you have a designated cisco account team I suggest you put in a feature request.
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