Importing into rc.firewal rules

From: Francisco Reyes (lists_at_natserv.com)
Date: 11/20/04

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    I have a grown list of IPs that I am "deny ip from ###.### to any".
    Infected machines, hackers, etc..

    Is there a way to have this list outside of rc.firewall and just read it
    in?

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