Hi Guys,

 

I'm not sure if my last email was sent successfully, so I'll try again.

I try to restrict access to an IPv4 subnet via option 60. I have 3 different
devices that I want to allow in the same subnet. In the documentation I have
seen different scopes. Is it possible to configure 3 different devices in
the same subnet scope?

If yes can anyone send me a example how to do that ?

 

In the config File ggf. In class definitions I cant use logic operators like
AND OR etc… really need help with this. 

 

Im trying to doing something like this :

 

  // fuer Node 24

        //

        {

        "subnet": "10.236.254.0/24",

        "pools": [{"pool": "10.236.254.2 - 10.236.254.254" } ],

//      "client-classes": [ "VENDOR_CLASS_TSATSTB", "VENDOR_CLASS_KTTSTB",
"VENDOR_CLASS_UFI511" ],

        "relay": { "ip-address": "10.236.254.1" },

        "option-data": [

 

        { "name": "routers", "data": "10.236.254.1"},

        //{ "name": "TVMotion_140", "code": 140, "data":"10.239.135.142,
10.239.136.152"},

        //{ "name": "TVMotion_166", "code": 166, "data":"10.239.135.142,
10.239.136.152"}

        { "name": "TVMotion_140", "code": 140, "data":"10.239.135.144"},

        { "name": "TVMotion_166", "code": 166, "data":"10.239.135.144"}

        ]

 

 

        }

 

Freundliche Grüsse

 

Evren Yilmaz

Teamleader ICT & Senior System Engineer

 

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