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12:28 am on Jul 9, 2012 (gmt 0)

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Six requests from three different RIPE IP's than a request from Global Net Access.

Had a few of these ranges denied previously and added the rest in.



GNAXNET (NET6-2604-B900-1) 2604:B900:: - 2604:B900:FFFF:FFFF:FFFF:FFFF:FFFF:FFFF
GNAXNET (NET-205-251-128-0-1) 205.251.128.0 - 205.251.159.255
GNAXNET (NET-207-210-64-0-1) 207.210.64.0 - 207.210.127.255
GNAXNET (NET-209-51-128-0-1) 209.51.128.0 - 209.51.159.255
GNAXNET (NET-216-180-224-0-1) 216.180.224.0 - 216.180.255.255
GNAXNET (NET-63-247-64-0-1) 63.247.64.0 - 63.247.95.255
GNAXNET (NET-64-22-64-0-1) 64.22.64.0 - 64.22.127.255
GNAXNET (NET-65-254-32-0-1) 65.254.32.0 - 65.254.63.255
GNAXNET (NET-72-9-224-0-1) 72.9.224.0 - 72.9.255.255
GNAXNET (NET-74-81-64-0-1) 74.81.64.0 - 74.81.95.255
GNAXNET (NET-75-127-64-0-1) 75.127.64.0 - 75.127.127.255
1:14 am on July 9, 2012 (gmt 0)

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Nice.

I didn't even have all of those.

I do now :)

Thank you!
9:32 pm on July 9, 2012 (gmt 0)

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I had them all (smug grin). :)

Well, except the ipv6, which I can't manage at the moment.

One of the ranges I had was unidentified and for some reason I'd split the identified ones between GNAX and GlobalAccessNet identifiers. Now consolidated. Thanks, wilderness! :)
11:26 pm on July 9, 2012 (gmt 0)

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GNAXNET (NET6-2604-B900-1) 2604:B900:: - 2604:B900:FFFF:FFFF:FFFF:FFFF:FFFF:FFFF

Gnaaax! How would you put that into a Deny From directive?

Does this mean I have to go back and read my host's monthly mailings, which probably explained it in 2009 when the six-piece thingies were but a gleam in IANA's eye?
12:43 am on July 10, 2012 (gmt 0)

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Gnaaax! How would you put that into a Deny From directive?


When your host switches to servers that handle IP6, you'll be able to read the actual IP addresses. However, that doesn't mean you have to wait until then. There's plenty of info out.