That access list is a subset/example of the 25 class maps and ACL's that are in the real policy map. The class default should be seeing traffic anyway. There is alot of traffic that is not covered by the acl's in the class maps that should hit the class-default and be passed. As you can see there is zero bytes on both defined class maps and the default.. The 6500 is just ignoring the service-policy that has been applied.
but you are correct in that I have the mask wrong on some of my subnets as they are /29 and /28s I need to change them to 0.0.0.7 and 0.0.0.15
Although this is not the problem, it is a step closer to the solution once the real problem is discovered
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