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Network address restrictions

I set up a range of address to restrict a user with the .0 wildcard.
It works as intended on a 4.9sp2 client but does not work on a 4.91
sp1 client

netware 6, zen 6.5

Anyone have any ideas why this would be?
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Re: Network address restrictions

Since a network address restriction is enforced server-side (it isn't
up to the workstation itself to decide whether it should or should not
be allowed to login), the first thought that comes to mind is that
we're actually looking a some other difference between the 4.90 SP2
and 4.91 SP1 workstations; e.g. whether NMAS is enabled or
successfully used (which changes which server-side modules would have
to be enforcing the restriction).

TID10090860 sounds like it might be describing the issue you're
observing, and is an update to the NMAS server-side modules.

Network Address restrictions not consistent with NMAS enabled
http://support.novell.com/cgi-bin/search/searchtid.cgi?10090860.htm

paul <ps_10_74@hotmail.com> wrote:

> I set up a range of address to restrict a user with the .0 wildcard.
> It works as intended on a 4.9sp2 client but does not work on a 4.91
> sp1 client
>
> netware 6, zen 6.5
>
> Anyone have any ideas why this would be?


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