Commit 4d388fbf authored by Francis Dupont's avatar Francis Dupont

[297-old-text-about-multiple-classes-guards] Updated doc about one class vs...

[297-old-text-about-multiple-classes-guards] Updated doc about one class vs classes (allow/deny old/not implemented idea)
parent d190aaeb
......@@ -4455,11 +4455,11 @@ as long as it is valid IPv4 address.</para>
the clients when client classification is in use, to assure that the
desired subnet is selected for a given client type.</para>
<para>If a subnet is associated with some classes, only the clients
belonging to any of these classes can use this subnet. If there are no
<para>If a subnet is associated with a class, only the clients
belonging to this class can use this subnet. If there are no
classes specified for a subnet, any client connected to a given shared
network can use this subnet. A common mistake is to assume that the
subnet including client classes is preferred over subnets without
subnet including a client class is preferred over subnets without
client classes. Consider the following example:
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......@@ -4505,7 +4505,7 @@ as long as it is valid IPv4 address.</para>
where cable modems should use one subnet and other devices should use
another subnet within the same shared network. In this case it is required
to apply classification on all subnets. The following example defines two
classes of devices. The subnet selection is made based on option 93 values.
classes of devices. The subnet selection is made based on option 93 values.
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{
"client-classes": [
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......@@ -4093,11 +4093,11 @@ as long as it is valid IPv6 address.</para>
the clients when client classification is in use, to assure that the
desired subnet is selected for a given client type.</para>
<para>If a subnet is associated with some classes, only the clients
belonging to any of these classes can use this subnet. If there are no
<para>If a subnet is associated with a class, only the clients
belonging to this class can use this subnet. If there are no
classes specified for a subnet, any client connected to a given shared
network can use this subnet. A common mistake is to assume that the
subnet including client classes is preferred over subnets without
subnet including a client class is preferred over subnets without
client classes. Consider the following example:
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