Yes, Radiator certainly expects dst IP in the form "dstip n.n.n.n/nn" where nn
is a mask length, not in the form "dstip x.x.x.x\y.y.y.y"
The abinary string is converted into an internal binary representation by
Radiator which your MAX should understand, so I suggest you use the format that
Radiator understands (which is based on the published ascend documentation)
Hope that helps.
On Jul 3, 12:22am, Richi Plana wrote:
> Subject: (RADIATOR) Ascend abinary documentation
> (I hope I'm still on-topic)
> Would someone point me to documentation covering the format of the Ascend
> abinary attribute format? I've been reading the docs which come with our
> MaxTNT and it seems there are discrepancies with the way the attribute is
> supposed to be formatted (at least in text).
> Subnets are specified in Radiator using the piece of code: "dstip
> x.x.x.x/y", but according to the MaxTNT manual, it should be specified
> thus: "dstip x.x.x.x\y.y.y.y" (note the backslash and the netmask instead
> of the network no.).
> I'm thinking that the reason I've been having problems with
> Ascend-Data-Filter is that Radiator knows a different attribute format
> than what the TNT is expecting. (Even if it isn't, it'd be good to have
> that knowledge, anyway) Perhaps the subnet is specified as a number from 0
> to 32 by Radiator but the MaxTNT expects it in the form 255.255.255.128
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