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Correct!!!

-joe
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-----Original Message-----
From: Scott O'Donnell <scotto@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: Joe Soricelli <jsoricelli@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Cc: ccielab@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx <ccielab@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thursday, October 07, 1999 12:24 PM
Subject: Re: Apple filter question.


>Well....
>As I understand it, a client requests zone information based on cable
ranges it
>knows about.
>If the cable range is not known, a zone info request never gets sent for
for
>the cable range in question.
>
>This gets even funnier went a zone spans two cable ranges and only one of
the
>cable ranges is filtered.
>By default the zone will be filtered across both cable ranges unless the
router
>is configured for "partial-zones"
>
>That's the way I understand it.
>
>Scott
>
>
>Joe Soricelli wrote:
>
>> That would be my understanding as well.  In fact, let's take that a step
>> further.  What if you WANTED to see that zone name but not the
cable-range?
>>
>> -joe
>> ------------------------------------------------------------------
>>   Joseph M. Soricelli,   CCIE #4803, CCNP, CCSI #20666
>>   EMAIL: jsoricelli@xxxxxxxx
>>
>>   Chesapeake Network Solutions
>>   8110 Gatehouse Road, Suite 101E     Phone: (703) 207-0757
>>   Falls Church, VA  22042                      Fax:   (703) 207-0441
>>
>>   FYI -  About Chesapeake: We are a Cisco Certified Training and
>>   professional services partner. We offer most of the Cisco
>>   training courses as well as training for Fore, NetScout, and
>>   CheckPoint-1 Firewalls. We provide network consulting services,
>>   including design, network health, management, firewall,
>>   and problem solving. We now have 23 CCIEs on our staff
>>   of instructor/consultants.
>> -------------------------------------------------------------------
>>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Scott O'Donnell <scotto@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
>> To: ccielab@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx <ccielab@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>> Date: Wednesday, October 06, 1999 9:43 PM
>> Subject: Apple filter question.
>>
>> >To all,
>> >
>> >Just trying to clarify Apple filtering.
>> >
>> >If I create a access-list that denies the advertisement of a cable-range
>> >(700-700)
>> >and there is a zone (r7ethernet) on the cable range 700-700, it's my
>> >understanding that
>> >I don't need to specifically filter the r7ethernet zone because if the
>> >cable-range 700-700
>> >is not learned by the receiving router it will never send a ZIP request
>> >for it and therefore
>> >never learn about it.
>> >
>> >Is this correct?
>> >
>> >Scott
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