Proper use of "allow/deny unknown-clients"?
johnmill at brandeis.edu
Tue Aug 20 18:19:24 UTC 2013
On Tue, Aug 20, 2013 at 1:57 PM, Chris Buxton <clists at buxtonfamily.us>wrote:
> On Aug 20, 2013, at 10:54 AM, John Miller <johnmill at brandeis.edu> wrote:
> > We're running into a seemingly odd issue: when we specify "allow
> unknown-clients" within one of our address pools, known clients are no
> longer to obtain IP addresses. When we remove the allow/deny rule
> altogether, there's no problem with either known or unknown clients
> If you set an "allow" rule, anything not allowed is implicitly denied.
> If you set a "deny" rule, anything not denied is implicitly allowed.
Ahh... that makes sense. I'd been making the assumption that since giving
no allow/deny directive allowed everything, that an explicit allow rule
wouldn't change that behavior. Sounds like this is not the case.
Appreciate the help, Chris.
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