How to block this ips with Look'N Stop?

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  1. ashley_p3

    ashley_p3 Registered Member

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    How to block this ips with Look'N Stop?

    192.150.18.108 192.168.0.x
    192.150.22.40 192.168.0.x
    192.150.14.69 192.168.0.x
    192.150.8.60 192.168.0.x
    194.224.66.48 192.168.0.x



    o_O
     
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    Re: How to block this ips with Lool'N Stop?

    if only it had the ability to import large block lists
     
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    Re: How to block this ips with Lool'N Stop?



    Already I put the ip's I hope that it works use it for ADOBE ;)

    [MOVE]Thanks Rui [/MOVE]
     
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    Re: How to block this ips with Lool'N Stop?

    Glad I could help.
    You're quite welcome, ashley_p3.
    Regards
    Rui
     
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    Re: How to block this ips with Lool'N Stop?

    You don't want any firewall packet-filter to be blocking enormous IP blocklists, ... should use ProtoWall or PeerGuardian that runs coherently along side a software firewall, something thats specially done up to be handling enormous IP blocklists.

     
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    The Multi-IP Banlist is for blocking incoming packets from remote IPs .... This what you trying to accomplish or wanting to block local applications from connecting to certain destinations?


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    Thank you Phant0m I am going to try it
     
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    And to block applications making connection to ... I prefer to use the Look 'n' Stop - Application filtering area instead for this. Just have to add IP address with ! in front of it; !192.168.1.22, clicking on the 'Help' button while viewing the Look 'n' Stop - Application filtering screen will take you to appropriate area to understand this information .. in whatever language your Look 'n' Stop is.


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  10. Otreus

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    thank's Phant0m but i haven't understand the procedure to block applications making connection. In the Application filtering tab of LnS I can add only program but not IP. Can u tell me exactly what I must do?
    Thank's :)
     
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    You have to visit the Look 'n' Stop - 'Application Filtering' TAB, and click on the 'Help' button .. found down on the bottom-right of the window.

    The Look 'n' Stop Help opens up, you go down to the last page, the information exists there. :)
     
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