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CHANGE THE DF BIT ON A PACKET

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How can an access-list on a router be used to clear the DF bit on a Packet?

I understand that Cisco routers using access lists can perform this function.
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something like:

ip access-list extended ClearDFBit
 permit ip any any

route-map CDF permit 10
 match ip address ClearDFBit
 set ip df 0

interface FastEthernet0/0
ip policy route-map CDF

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