Getting IP range for different network
Abu Abdulla alhanbali
montaqa at gmail.com
Tue Sep 18 07:15:48 UTC 2007
> Can I ask why you want to assign your VoIP CM's different IPs?
Actually Frank this is the requirements which I got from the network team.
I think this is mainly for QoS for VoIP.
> Just one point, it's not advisable to mix allow and deny like that -
> it isn't treated as a "do this, do that, else something" sequential
> process. I don't recall the details but it can produce result you
> don't expect.
> Normal advice is to just use allow, or just use deny. Allow implies
> deny everything that doesn't match, deny implies allow everything
> that doesn't match.
> So in the above, 'allow members of "data";' will implicitly deny
> everything except members of "data" - and so implicitly deny members
> of "voip".
Thanks again Simon for the advice
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