Sorry, Jeremy, I misread the original message. Some new features
(lifetimes on filters, for example) are documented, but the actual calling
mechanism that implements them isn't, and I think that's what you're
looking for. I don't know how soon that will actually be documented.

At 11:38 PM 7/5/2006, Jeremy Begg wrote:
>Hi Dan,
>On the subject of MultiNet's packet filter capability ...
>>At 10:35 AM 7/1/2006, Geoff Bryant wrote:
>>> wrote:
>>> >
>>> >Hi Hunter,
>>> >
>>> >>I think the only way to do that would be to set up packet filtering to
>>> >>block those. Rules like the following would allow only the specified
>>> >>hosts (or subnets) to connect:
>>> >...
>>>MultiNet 5.1 has some code to allow for dynamic changes to the filters
>>>from an
>>>application. This is laying the foundation for some future work. I don't
>>>recall if that is documented.

>>Yes, it is.

>Documented publicly? I've hunted through my printed 5.0 documentation and the
>on-line 5.1 documentation and can't find any mention of an API. All I can
>find is the $ MU SET/INTERFACE/FILTER command. (Which I guess could be
>called via LIB$SPAWN or similar.)
> Jeremy Begg

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