Suppose we have many ACLs in a cisco router with lot of interfaces. Though we can see ACLs, we cannot figure out where they are applied, until we browse through the interfaces or running congfig. Any command to list a summary of ACLs along with where they have been applied ?
There is no way i know of to see that , always thought the same as you though it would be a real time saver if they had something "show access-list applied" or something like that . If you were real diligent you could a description on each one where it was applied but most people don't have that kind of time.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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