Re: Block access that is too fast with iptables
Date: Tue, 6 Apr 2004 18:59:57 +0900
> > How do I block access from certain IP that fetch too fast from my
> > web server?
> iptables -m limit --help
> You might be better off investigating mod_throttle, though.
Thank you for the answer. I want to block the access not because of the
bandwidth, but because the the loads are too heavy for my DB server. The
pages that this guy accessed were dynamically created from DB. Is there
any way to block this kind of access?
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