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access-class used in username command

below is my configuration using access-class in username command,but it seems no effect when I use show line command,

username hzlife access-class 101 password 7 test324

access-list 101 permit tcp any host 34.17.60.1

access-list 101 permit tcp any host 34.1.40.19

access-list 101 permit tcp any host 34.1.40.29

access-list 101 permit tcp any host 34.1.40.22

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Re: access-class used in username command

Not sure what version you are at, but

I cannot reproduce the problem, and I

don't know of any bugs, anyway. "sh line

X" should show the access-list 101 under

AccO, and "sh user" should show this

person as hzlife. hzlife should be able

to send TCP traffic to 34.17.60.1,

34.1.40.19, 34.1.40.29, and 34.1.40.22,

but no others. You may want to enable

logging on the access-lists to see if

they are getting hit or not.

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