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tlr online
18-01-08, 13:40
82.128.0
82.128.1
82.128.2


Please continue the sequence up to

82.128.127

I can then copy/paste into our ban list. This will block most of the spam bots, since most of them connect from a certain African ISP.

Thanks :hug:

CroftScionGuard
18-01-08, 13:42
Did you try on Microsoft excel?
it can continue sequences;)

PARANOIA
18-01-08, 13:44
82.128.0
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82.128.127

I wrote a Java program to calculate it for me. :)

Necromanser
18-01-08, 13:48
82.128.0
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daventry
18-01-08, 13:50
82.128.0
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nomedo
18-01-08, 13:54
lol now im glad i didnt make the sequence too when so many already did it. great job daventry, necromanse and paranoia.
well at least those bots wont have a chance to break through 3 copies of the ip sequence :mis:

Capt. Murphy
18-01-08, 14:07
I know someone with a site... If you right click and look at the source you can see a message somewhere that says Do not click on this link - it is a bot trap and your IP will be banned. I have no idea how it works but on the page itself there is nothing to click on... at leasat that I can see anyway.

Maybe you know about this (method) already... and whatever you'd need it for couldn't be implemented.... I dunno. :-/ But in case you didn't I thought I'd mention it.

tlr online
18-01-08, 14:33
You beautiful people. Thank you :tmb:

biohazard1379
18-01-08, 14:45
lol Microsoft Excel does this in like 3 seconds

Cochrane
18-01-08, 14:48
Shouldn't most software allow such bans for entire IP ranges with less trouble?

Endow
18-01-08, 14:59
Might as well do a minor C program incrementing it and then print the results :p

tampi
18-01-08, 16:26
This forum is a bit strange for me sometimes :confused:

ThomasCroft
18-01-08, 16:33
This forum is a bit strange for me sometimes :confused:

Awww.


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xcrushterx
18-01-08, 16:35
Shouldn't most software allow such bans for entire IP ranges with less trouble?
An IP range is just the first 3 numbers, I believe. Like xx.xx.xx.

Justin only gave 2 and the number we were to repeat + 1 was the third.

Geck-o-Lizard
18-01-08, 16:55
The range depends on what class the address is. An IP address is split into four octets.

First octet 1 - 126 is Class A, and its range is 0 - 255 in the last three octets. In a Class A address, the last three octets can change, and the address will still be from the same network. ISPs usually give Class A IP addresses to their customers since it gives looooooooooooads of unique addresses to hosts within the network. Most people posting here have a Class A IP address assigned to them.
Eg. 86.x.x.x
86.12.245.38 would be on the same network as 86.192.100.26

First octet 128 - 191 is Class B, and its range is 0 - 255 in the last two octets. The first two octets are the address portion.
Eg. 150.20.x.x
150.20.36.92 would be on the same network as 150.20.238.81

First octet 192 - 223 is Class C, and its range is 0 - 255 in the last octet. The first three octets are the address portion, and this only allows you to have 255 unique addresses within your network.
Eg. 207.25.102.x
207.25.102.20 would be on the same network as 207.25.102.215


By changing the third octet of a Class A address, Justin was blocking off 255 hosts per entry. That's 32385 hosts (127x255) from the 82.x.x.x network who won't get to visit TRF. :D

(I'm a networking student and I'm bored too. SUE ME.)

Punaxe
18-01-08, 18:53
Shouldn't most software allow such bans for entire IP ranges with less trouble?

Yeah, 82.128.* ... I wonder what kind of IP has only three numbers though?

The range depends on what class the address is. An IP address is split into four octets.

First octet 1 - 126 is Class A, and its range is 0 - 255 in the last three octets. In a Class A address, the last three octets can change, and the address will still be from the same network. ISPs usually give Class A IP addresses to their customers since it gives looooooooooooads of unique addresses to hosts within the network. Most people posting here have a Class A IP address assigned to them.
Eg. 86.x.x.x
86.12.245.38 would be on the same network as 86.192.100.26

First octet 128 - 191 is Class B, and its range is 0 - 255 in the last two octets. The first two octets are the address portion.
Eg. 150.20.x.x
150.20.36.92 would be on the same network as 150.20.238.81

First octet 192 - 223 is Class C, and its range is 0 - 255 in the last octet. The first three octets are the address portion, and this only allows you to have 255 unique addresses within your network.
Eg. 207.25.102.x
207.25.102.20 would be on the same network as 207.25.102.215


By changing the third octet of a Class A address, Justin was blocking off 255 hosts per entry. That's 32385 hosts (127x255) from the 82.x.x.x network who won't get to visit TRF. :D

(I'm a networking student and I'm bored too. SUE ME.)

Isn't the range actually 1-255? Zero is only used for LANs :p