I'm looking into using policy maps and class maps on a 3560. I've got 2 access-lists. When a packet matches access-list 1 I want it to be policed to bandwidth X, any other traffic should hit access-list 2 which is policed to bandwidth Y.
I *think* everything is working as it should be, but wanted to confirm this by checking the access list counters and/or by looking at debug output.
However I'm not seeing any hits against either access list, I think this is because traffic is being hardware switched.
Same goes for 'debug ip packet X'.
Does anyone know of a way to see hits against access-lists where the packet is being hardware switched, or of any other useful debug type commands that will achieve my aims?
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