(RADIATOR) Handler question
hugh at open.com.au
Fri Jul 26 18:58:27 CDT 2002
Hello Anton -
You are usually better to do something like this:
# define AuthBy clauses
# define Handlers
This is just an example, but you should get the idea.
On Sat, 27 Jul 2002 02:58, Anton Krall wrote:
> Guys.. is there a way to make a handler work in an OR fashion instead of
> <Handler Called-Station-Id=678771,Realm=open.com.au>
> this would suggest Caler and Realm.... is there a way to make it Called
> OR Realm?
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