While reading the online Net Academy material I came across this quote:
"A nonexistent class can also be used within the policy-map configuration mode if the match condition is specified after the name of the class. The running configuration will reflect such a configuration by using the match-any strategy and inserting a full class map configuration." - ONT v5 3.4.5
The figure that goes along with it says:
"router(config-pmap)#class class-name condition
Optionally, you can define a new class map by entering the condition after the name of the new class map.
Uses the match-any strategy."
I have tried this on various 2600s and 2811s with varying IOS versions up to 12.4(14b) and have not been able to do what the material says. I also did not see this listed on cisco.com's online documentation. I was wondering if anyone could tell me if it is true that I can do this and if so how?
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