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Will block thousands of IP by IIS depress performance Want to know if performance will down if block too much IP Eric msg:3590086 5:20 pm on Mar 3, 2008 (gmt 0) Hi there
These days tooooo much spider fake as IE or something else and crasy claw pages from thousands of different IPs.
I am serious thinking block them automatically after caught by spider-trap.
So here is problem, if I do it, maybe will block thousands of IP all the time even I move the IP not come for one month.
Does this worth it? Will block too many IPs lower down the performance of IIS.
bill msg:3591526 2:30 am on Mar 5, 2008 (gmt 0)
There are many threads here on blocking IPs [ google.com]. There are certainly different schools of thought out there on the best way to do it. How would you be handling this on IIS?
Eric msg:3591667 8:09 am on Mar 5, 2008 (gmt 0)
I make a spider trap page, blocked by robots.txt file, and in a hidden link the normal visitor cannot see. The result is effective, caught lots of spiders, and put the IPs into a txt file. The last step is use asp.net load the IPs into IIS settings automatically.