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Will Deny Manager accept CIDR notation

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by deltan1844, Dec 21, 2004.

  1. deltan1844

    deltan1844 Member

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    I want to block 66.187.160.0/20. Deny Manager complains when I use this notation. How do I block this range with a single entry? Is another format required for entry of a CIDR block?

    A search of the forum turned up one admonishment to use a CIDR block, but no example was given. The only example found showed entry of several class x blocks. I would rather avoid entering the 16 class C blocks (that would be required if I followed the example).

    i.e.
    66.187.160
    66.187.161
    ...
    66.187.174
    66.187.175

    Tnx
     
    #1 deltan1844, Dec 21, 2004
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    dezignguy Well-Known Member

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    and you tried 66.187.160/20?

    Could be a bit of a bug... maybe they only intended that a /24 was the max that could be blocked.
     
  3. deltan1844

    deltan1844 Member

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    Just tried that format...resulted in:

    Sorry. you did not enter a valid ip address, or the domainname you
    entered could not be resolved to an ip address!

    Same as original CIDR notation.

    I also tried 66.187. which was accepted...and cleared all of the other entries.
     
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