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Re: Blocking IP's / e-com fraud
From: allan_wind () lifeintegrity com (Allan Wind)
Date: Thu, 30 Dec 2004 16:36:48 -0500

On 2004-12-29T19:44:38-0600, Dan Tesch wrote:
In IIS if I want to block an entire range like:

XXX.78.0.0 - XXX.83.255.255

how should that look in the IIS Mgr?

do I need to make multiple entries like:
XXX.78.0.0
XXX.79.0.0
XXX.80.0.0, etc.?

awind () wind-a:~$ netmask --cidr 10.78.0.0:10.83.255.255
      10.78.0.0/15
      10.80.0.0/14

awind () wind-a:~$ netmask --standard 10.78.0.0:10.83.255.255
      10.78.0.0/255.254.0.0    
      10.80.0.0/255.252.0.0    

and what should the subnet masks look like?

I do not know anything about IIS, but netmask or similar utilities makes such
calculations easy (substitude 10 with xxx).


/Allan

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