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DLSW: MAC discrepancy (icanreach/ACL) posted 01/25/2003
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Dear all,

Noticed a slight discrepancy between the way Cisco
implements bit-matching on MAC ACLs 700-799 and the
bit-matching on icanreach MAC.

Example1#
dlsw icanreach mac-address 0010.7b3a.0765 mask
ffff.ffff.ffff 

Example2#
access-list 799 permit 2200.900e.0001 0000.0000.0000

NB: It seems to me that in 1# we use FFFF as the
match-bit whereas in 2# we are using 0000 as
match-bit.

Q) Is this meant to be so?

Cheers,
Sage

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