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Implicit Forwarding

In implicit forwarding, the ACL of the primary Anetd controls where commands received by the primary0are forwarded. For example, suppose the ACL of a primary Anetd contains the following entry: $<$public-key$>$ anee1
and suppose a client issues the following command to that primary Anetd:
sc $<$host$>$ QUERY
The command will be received by the primary Anetd (listening on port 3322). If the ACL entry listed above is the first matching entry for the client who issued the command, the primary will forward the command to the secondary Anetd running as anee1.

Steven Dawson 2001-08-30