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20051104: Using the ALLOW feedtype hostIdEre [OK_pattern [NOT_pattern]]



>From: Matthew Lazzara <address@hidden>
>Organization: SSEC/AMRC
>Keywords: 200511041719.jA4HJa7s012499

Hi Matthew,

>Hello!  Quick question - I'm working on taking advantage of the new  
>OK_pattern and NOT_pattern  - can you give me an example where I only  
>want to specific a NOT_pattern?  Would it look like this:
>
>ALLOW    ANY    iceberg\.ssec\.wisc\.edu    .*    USAP.AMRC.*
>
>or is it:
>
>ALLOW    ANY    iceberg\.ssec\.wisc\.edu  [[USAP.AMRC.*]]

Your first example is mostly correct; the second is not correct.
I suggest you change your first allow to:

ALLOW    ANY    ^iceberg\.ssec\.wisc\.edu$    .*    USAP\.AMRC\.

The changes are in the specification of the host (more specific
if that is what you are after) and in the NOT pattern (the periods
are part of your product name, not regular expression matches for any
character.

>Thank you!

No worries.

Cheers,

Tom
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