[j-nsp] solution to a firewall question

Alexander Arseniev arseniev at btinternet.com
Thu Apr 23 12:56:08 EDT 2015

"next term" does not work across member filters in a filter list last 
time I checked.
So You have to combine/move these 2 functionalities into a single 
filter, which could be a member of filter-list.

On 23/04/2015 16:18, Vijesh Chandran wrote:
> Hi all,
>    I am wondering if we have a solution to this issue.
>    I need two firewall attached to an interface as input-list. e.g.: f1 and f2.
>    Input-list [f1 f2]
>    f1 to match a condition (all tcp port 80) and accept and count that packet.
>    f2 to classify those packets based on code points and push to a forwarding class. Is this possible?
> -Thanks,
>   Vijesh
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