I currently have my internal firewall running and I have my
ipfw.config set up and currently blocking multiple known spamming
ip address like this:
add deny log tcp from 184.108.40.206/8 to any dst-port 25 in
In reading the server docs and the man pages it is not clear to
me how to block a range of ip's such as 220.127.116.11 - 18.104.22.168
You just provided an example of how to block a range above.
add deny log tcp from 22.214.171.124 - 126.96.36.199 to any dst-port 25 in
add deny log tcp from 188.8.131.52-184.108.40.206 to any dst-port 25 in
Does not seem to work.
Correct, because neither one of those follows the example of using a
range you yourself already provided. Re-read the example of a range
you provided above. See how you specified a range for 220.127.116.11 to
18.104.22.168? That used a CIDR block. Additionally you can use a
netmask. See the docs.
Note, that since the above range you're trying to deny isn't
expressible using a single netmask. That leads me to question if
indeed that's really the range you wanted since you're not describing
a network anyway. If indeed it is the range you wanted, break it down
into two (or more) CIDR blocks according to the networks you're
trying to represent.
Additionally how does one block a range and then allow an ip
within the blocked range? If possible?
ipfw uses "first match wins". ALLOW before your DENY.
Ah OK sorry I missed that.
Pointing me to the correct documentation or a link to an article
would be great but I can't seem to find on on this subject.
Google is your friend. Seriously, didn't you try to Google for
"ipfw"??? Worked for me. ipfw is from of FreeBSD.
Yes I did Google, I guess I posed my question wrong. Thanks!
Did you not find the documentation for ipfw along with howto's when
you googled for "ipfw"? Seems to hit it for me. (Though it is
unfortunate that Purdue seems to have a Fort Wayne campus...)
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