Craig,

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
IPFLT.

:-)

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

Info
> 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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