I found if I define the remarking command first and then define a new ACL, then the new defined ACL will follow that remarking action and use the newly defined remarking value for outgoing traffic;
Yet, once I changed the remarking command, the previous defined ACL will not follow the new remarking value but still use the previous one.
The point is of the sequence of inputting commands.
1- Define remarking command first prior to defining any ACL. Like:
configure diffserv replacement priority 6 code-point 40
2- Define ACL afterwards
Not working case:
No matter we define remarking command first or ACL first, as long as I want to change the remarking command to use a new value, only the upcoming ACL will follow the new value, those previously defined ACL will not even traffic is hitting the ACL.
The question is if above "Not working case" is normal as expected?
or it is a bug?