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  • 1.  cam configuration question

    Posted 06-26-2014 06:25 AM


    Does anyone know of a good way to do the following in a cam.cfg file I was told it cant be done but just want to make sure before passing this along to client


    They wish to exclude  an entire range of IP's and tell the DM/SS's to ignore it.


    For example, all addresses falling into 10.240.*.* (with appropriate subnet mask) or, 10.240.10.* - 10.240.79.*


    It is possible to do exclude of addresses and subnets like the client is looking to do?



  • 2.  Re: cam configuration question

    Posted 06-26-2014 01:45 PM

    You can edit the cam.cfg with camconfig.exe. But why would you do this at this level, why not block at the network level ?

  • 3.  Re: cam configuration question

    Broadcom Employee
    Posted 07-28-2014 02:54 AM

    Some example commands are:


    camconfig trace=+all-timer

    camconfig trace=none

  • 4.  Re: cam configuration question
    Best Answer

    Broadcom Employee
    Posted 08-05-2014 12:31 PM

    It is possible to add a discard rule in cam.cfg :



    discard 10.240.10.*


    All CAM messages sent to machines 10.240.10.* will be discarded by CAM.


    But unfortunately I do not think we could specify a subnet mask here.

    But we could put several discard rules :


    discard 10.240.10.*

    discard 10.240.11.*

    discard 10.240.12.*