/etc/squid/squid.conf

I have a line as follows in squid.conf file. My sever is hosted in a cloud:

acl verizonfios src 1.2.3.4

My ISP will force an IP address change every week or two. I would like to replace them with a new IP

acl verizonfios src 4.5.6.7

How do I replace the line starting with “acl verizonfios” with new IP address using sed and ssh?

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