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Re: Declare domain by IPRange


From: Doug Chapman
Subject: Re: Declare domain by IPRange
Date: Sat, 29 Jan 2005 18:45:00 -0800

Wouldn't this be easier with hard classes? , ie:

192_168_0|10_0_1:: 
  domain = (  domaina.com )

172_16_0::
  domain = ( domainb.com )

On Fri, 28 Jan 2005 13:47:03 -0500 (EST), Brian E. Seppanen
<address@hidden> wrote:
> Going off an example that is on cfwiki.   I'm trying to declare domain
> using the IPRange macro, however, I'm not sure of what the proper syntax
> is.
> 
> In the documentation the examples are very easy
> 
> domain1 = ( IPRange(192.168.0.1-255) )
> domain2 = ( IPRange(192.168.1.1-255) )
> 
> domain1::
>         domain = ( domaina.com )
> 
> domain2::
>         domain = ( domainb.com )
> 
> However is is possible to declare more than a single IP Range to a set
> domain?
> 
> What I mean is can I do something similar to
> 
> Split   = ( " " )
> domain1 = ( IPRange(192.168.0.1-255 192.168.1.0-255) )
> or
> domain1 = ( IPRange(192.168.0.1-255) IPRange(192.168.1.1-255) )
> 
> or do I have to do something like
> 
> domain1 = ( IPRange(192.168.0.1-255) )
> domain2 = ( IPRange(192.168.1.1-255) )
> 
> domain1::
>         domain = ( domaina.com )
> domain2::
>         domain = ( domaina.com )
> 
> I'm unsure of the appropriate syntax.   Thanks,
> Thanks,
> 
> Brian Seppanen
> address@hidden
> 608.826.1464
> 
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