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%PSAACL-3-SUBINT errors showing up on a different slot number

I recently tried to assign an ACL on a subinterface existing on a 8 port fastethernet card on a GSR. a quick test showd the ACL wasn't working, and a quick check through the logs showed the following error:

SLOT 2:Jan 13 18:43:17.493 PST: %PSAACL-3-SUBINT: ACLs on sub-interfaces (FastEthernet1/0.129) are not supported for this line card

This didn't make sense to me, since I have been able to run acl's on other fastecards on our other GSR's. However a second look showed the error for the wrong slot number. In this slot is an OC48 card :

Slot 0 type = 4 Port Packet Over SONET OC-3c/STM-1

state = Line Card Enabled

Slot 1 type = 8 Port Fast Ethernet

state = Line Card Enabled

Slot 2 type = 1 Port Packet Over SONET OC-48c/STM-16

state = Line Card Enabled

Slot 4 type = 1 Port Gigabit Ethernet

state = Line Card Enabled

Slot 7 type = Route Processor

state = IOS Running ACTIVE

Slot 17 type = Clock Scheduler Card(8)

state = Card Powered PRIMARY CLOCK

Slot 18 type = Switch Fabric Card(8)

state = Card Powered

Slot 19 type = Switch Fabric Card(8)

state = Card Powered

Slot 20 type = Switch Fabric Card(8)

state = Card Powered

Has anyone else encountered this scenario before and if so, what have you been able to do?

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Re: %PSAACL-3-SUBINT errors showing up on a different slot numbe

There is some mismatch in the output, its says slot2 whereas the ethernet module is in Slot1 may be its a bug,

check the bugtool kit for know bugs.

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