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#show access-list (no match) ??

Below is the output I running "show access-list", there is no match numbers, does that mean actrually no traffic hit this ACL ??

Extended IP access list 100

permit ip any host 224.0.1.22

Extended IP access list 101

permit ip any any

Because I noticed some of the ACL following a match number.

#permit 10.*.*.11 (146250 matches)

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Re: #show access-list (no match) ??

You can equate the number of matches to the number of times something "hit" the access-list statement. Anything with a 0 means no packet has matched that statement in the access-list.

Hope this helps.

Steve

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