Re: Question on Blocking an ISP.

From: Devdas Bhagat (
Date: 12/03/02

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    On 30/11/02 04:21 -0500, Chris wrote:
    > I'm blocking these ips though IPchains, but i really would like to know how
    > to get every class owned by aol so i can block them all.
    If you run your own email servers, use access.db REJECT

    A whois on shows 4 different netblocks.

    Devdas Bhagat

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