I think I got wires got crossed...
I was referring to using MY traffic shaper to do the time dependant
filtering... it has filtering capabilities totally independant of
The TSE can be reconfigured on the fly by copying over a different
SHAPER.CFG file or using CRON activated SHAPER console commands. I
wasn't talking about NetWare's native filtering... because of the
problems you allude to. That could be a disaster.
Craig Johnson wrote:
> In article <3E554797.52570351@TrafficShaper.com>, Traffic Shaper
> Dude wrote:
> > and so I'm pretty sure it would work for
> > filtering too.
> Be careful - NBM 3.7 reads IP filters out of NDS now, and you cannot
> simply swap filters.cfg data anymore.
> Craig Johnson
> Novell Support Connection SysOp
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