Correct. RadiusNT knows how to handle Ascend-Binary-Filter type
> # Filter to stop all WWW packets#
> Ascend-Data-Filter = "ip in drop proto 6 dstport = 80",
> Ascend-Data-Filter = "generic in forward 0 0 0",
> Ascend-Data_filter = "generic out forward 0 0 0"#
> So in RADConfig I would have something like....
> RadIdConfig AccountID RaddAtrribID Data Value
> x x 242 "ip in drop proto 6 ds.....'
Make sure your data field in RadConfigs is large enough. People have ran
into a length issue with the filter.
> Also, what is the deal with Ascend-Data_filter ? That underscore appears
> in the last line of all the Ascend samples but I do not see it in the
> Dictionary. Is that just a mistake.
Its a typo. They should all be Ascend-Data-Filter.
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