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- To: "Barney Wolff" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Subject: RE: paradox
- From: "Glen Zorn \(gwz\)" <email@example.com>
- Date: Tue, 11 Jul 2006 10:28:52 -0700
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Barney Wolff <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> supposedly scribbled:
>> Just to be clear, I don't think I've claimed that there is a
>> document, just that there are known methods that (slightly extended)
>> to deal with the problem. Off the top of my head, RFC 2868
>> specifies an (admittedly unsophisticated) method to group related
>> attributes together using "tags". Although that document only uses
>> tags to group attributes of different types, I don't see why a
>> similar technique would not work with attributes of the same type
>> with the addition of the rule that all instances of the same
>> attribute with the same tag be concatenated in order. A problem
>> would arise if you wanted to group long attributes with others but I
>> didn't think that we were talking about that...
> Well yes, I suppose that would work, for long attributes restricted
> to ASCII printable strings.
Actually, I'm not sure why that restriction is necessary?
> Anybody favor using this technique for
> filter/traffic rules?
Hope this helps,
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listening to John Coltrane? -- Henry Gabriel
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