Class definitions behavior
simon at thehobsons.co.uk
Wed Sep 8 19:59:05 UTC 2010
Adam Moffett wrote:
>Thanks Simon. If I understand you correctly then a client can
>belong to many classes.
>In a pool let's say I allow one class and deny another like so:
> allow members of "foo";
> deny members of "bar";
> range x.x.x.x y.y.y.y;
>If a client belongs to both foo and bar will he be allowed or denied?
>I think you're going to tell me that the answer is "allowed" because
>that's what I think I'm seeing.
Actually my answer is "dunno" ! Allow and Deny aren't done as a list,
and the results aren't as intuitive as perhaps they could be in
hindsight - but I assume the devs had a reason to do it as they did.
General advice is to avoid mixing allow and deny clauses.
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