This is just something I'm trying to understand.
I know that in a route-map, if I use a match statement that uses and access-list, the source/destination of the packet is easily checked against the access-list, such as:
match ip address 10
where 10 is an access-list and since it's a standard access-list it's examining the source address of the packet.
But what about his:
match ip address 192.168.10.50
Is this looking for a match on the SOURCE address of the packet or the DESTINATION address of the packet?
And how do we know?
I can't find this documented in Cisco.