https://bugs.wireshark.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=11630

--- Comment #30 from jewgenij.bytsch...@t-systems.com ---
It's not only "242.1" and "242.3" RADIUS attribute issues with Juniper and
Ericsson, but "242.1" issue with Cisco routers as well. A Cisco access router
uses the old attribute 242 for IPv4 Ascend-Data-Filter (evaluated as the
extended type 242.1 according to the RFC 6929). For coding an IPv6 filter,
Cisco uses another vendor-specific attr - Cisco-AVP(1).

The Wireshark bug was verified with and confirmed for the manufacturers Cisco,
Juniper, Ericsson/Redback as described below.

IPv4 ADF:
The issue with IPv4 ADF filter in old attr 242 (incorrectly evaluated as
extended type 242.1 by Wireshark 2.4.0) concerns Cisco, Juniper, and
Ericsson/Redback.

IPv6 ADF:
The issue with IPv6 ADF filter in old attr 242 (incorrectly evaluated as
extended type 242.3 by Wireshark 2.4.0) concerns Juniper and Ericsson/Redback.

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