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How too - Add IP address range in SpamX


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LeeG

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Hi All

Need a little help with this, I am getting lots of hits from IP Address Range xx.xx.xx.* where the xx.xx.xx is always the same but * is the only number that changes. How do I add this to SpamX so they can be blocked. Do I use * as a wildcard in the address? Please help.

Lee
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Dirk

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If you wanted to block, say, 127.0.0.* you would enter it like so (and I hope the backslashes come out):
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^127\.0\.0\..*

That's an ugly regexp Rolling Eyes The CVS version of the Spam-X plugin actually accepts IP ranges now, so that you could enter the above as either 127.0.0.0-127.0.0.255 or as 127.0.0.0/24. I'll have to backport that to 1.4.1 on occasion ...

bye, Dirk
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