how to know on what interface is the accesslist applied
I have a named access-list applied to some interface. I know the name of the access list but i do not know on what interface it is applied.there are lots of access-list on the 6500 switch so i'd rather not go guessing on what interface it is applied.
my imagination let me come out with the command:
sh run | section ip access-group WORD
but this does not begin with the interface name it only shows the next interface.
does any one know of a command to know where the access list is applied?
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