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11:05 am on Sep 18, 2006 (gmt 0)

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Hi I want to add some random ip addresses into google analytic filter. But I don't know how to add those in a single filter. the ip's are,
202.71.149.126

61.8.147.98

61.8.147.99

61.8.147.100

61.8.147.101

61.8.147.103

61.8.147.102

61.8.147.104

Thanks

12:55 pm on Sept 26, 2006 (gmt 0)

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For more information, check out GA's support [google.com...]

It shows you how to add multiple IP's and it shows how to include an IP range. For you, it would look something like this:

^202\.71\.149\.126 $ ^61\.8\.147\.(9[8-9]10[0-4])$

The first expression is a single IP and the second expression takes care of the range. You have a range in the 90's and a range in the 100's.

12:00 am on Sept 27, 2006 (gmt 0)

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You could also separate them with pipes, not elegant, but very explicit and easy to manage for those who aren't so hot with regular expressions

202\.71\.149\.126¦61\.8\.147\.98¦61\.8\.147\.99¦61\.8\.147\.100¦61\.8\.147\.101¦61\.8\.147\.103¦61\.8\.147\.102¦61\.8\.147\.104

3:51 pm on May 16, 2008 (gmt 0)

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I was looking for this info also, thanks :)