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As far as I can tell, the classifiers have the following classifier
0, 1, 2, 4, 5: bitmap indicating parameters that need to match
6, 7, 8, 9: bitmap with 2-bit subbitmaps
10: not present (despite what Figure 9-364—Frame Classifier field format says -- see CID 1856)
The direction of the group was to specify that classifiers that
don't classify anything shall not be transmitted, rather than
trying to specify that they never or always match.
Because there are so many classifiers, and they classify in quite
significantly different ways, I propose adding this general statement
at the end of 126.96.36.199:
A classifier classifies on the basis of at least one match.
NOTE---For example, when the Classifier Mask field is present and
not reserved, at least one bit of this field that is not reserved is set to 1.
Mark RISON, Standards Architect, WLAN English/Esperanto/Français
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