â¢You can use object groups only in extended and named (not numbered) ACLs.
â¢Object group-based ACLs support only IPv4 addresses.
â¢Object group-based ACLs support only Layer 3 interfaces (such as routed interfaces and VLAN interfaces). Object group-based ACLs do not support Layer 2 features such as VLAN ACLs (VACLs) or port ACLs (PACLs).
The feature is new and they declare support only on L3 interfaces.
You could try to open a TAC case to ask information for the feature road-map.
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