You may be a bit too literal in your match statement, especially with including the carriage return and linefeed. I could be mistaken, but I don't believe this is used when doing a match against the field.
The "match protocol http c-header-field" command looks for headers that contain the argument anywhere within the field, so you can be much more generic and use something like:
match protocol http c-header-field "pingdom"
In the policy map, the "class class-default" entry is a catch-all and will match anything that isn't caught by the other classes. You don't even need to define it separately as a class map. Because it catches everything not otherwise defined, you're going to get hits on it as long as the policy is applied properly... which is a good sign.
Thanks Jody, yes I know the text part can be a regex, so some characters might be misinterpreted. But I have tried "pingdom" and that did not work either. So I looked at user agent field and used the exact text (including \r\n). But I will play with it again tomorrow and post an update.
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