macaddr — Specifies any valid layer 2 MAC address formatted as six two-
digit hexadecimal numbers separated by colons.
macmask — Specifies a valid layer 2 MAC address bit mask formatted as
six two-digit hexadecimal numbers separated by colons. This address bit
mask does not need to be contiguous.
This command has no default configuration.
Class-Map Configuration mode
This command has no user guidelines.
The following example displays adding a match condition for the specified
MAC address and bit mask.
Use the match dstip command in Class-Map Configuration mode to add to
the specified class definition a match condition based on the destination IP
address of a packet.
ipaddr — Specifies a valid IP address.
ipmask — Specifies a valid IP address bit mask. Note that even though this
parameter is similar to a standard subnet mask, it does not need to be