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  1. #31
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    The only way is to ban all of their IPs... Good Luck with that though, there are a crazy lot of them.

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    Solved [not possible] Proxy Ban

    Hello,

    Does anyone know how to set a auto proxy ban on the teamspeak server.

    Thanks
    Last edited by rmcm9; January 21st, 2013 at 08:43 PM.

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    This is not possible without doing it on your own.
    When sending me private messages: Please make sure to include reference link to your forum thread or post.

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    http://forum.teamspeak.com/showthread.php/56322-banning-by-ip-range!

    Can anyone type here any example?

    I need (for example) to ban IP-range 188.187.16.0 - 188.187.23.255

    What rule should I make? Any way to do it without "(([0-9][0-9])|(1[0-1][0-9])|(12[0-7]))\"??? I don't understand it

    If we make a rule xxx.xxx.*.* with Wildcard, so all xx.xxx. will be banned? I guess yes. If so, it's good!
    Last edited by booya; January 29th, 2013 at 04:52 AM.

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    Code:
    188\.187\.(1[6-9]|2[0-3])\..*
    should do the trick.

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    ban IP range zone - need further information

    Hi guys. I need help from experienced user they can tell me how can i ban an IP address with RegEx by only change the last numbers.
    For example: 37.221.169.147, 37.221.169.148, 37.221.169.149, 37.221.169.150 is given and i want ban all

    Tools > Ban List > Add, Interpret IP/Name as: Regular Expression
    37\.221\.169\.[147-150]+

    Is this correct? I need more information about this topic. Is there a better way to ban/use better expressions?
    Answer only when you get through !!

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    Last edited by dante696; December 16th, 2014 at 04:01 PM. Reason: merged -> we already had such topics

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    google:regular+expression+syntax

  8. #38
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    I know the RegEx Syntax. It's not about RegEx learning. Read my thread carefully. I Don't wanna ban with wildcard, only a single range. But Dante wrote a good thread

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    If that would be the case, you would not write such outrageous patterns.
    Now, please go and do what I suggested to do. There's enourmous amount of documentation available on the subject, with examples and detailed explanations. People wrote it all for you to read. And you are not making enough of an incentive for me to retype it here for you.

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    removed

    finally the solution is:
    37\.221\.169\.(1([4][789])|(1[5][0]))

    explanation:
    first 3 places of ip adress separated by point (. without \ is no valid regular expression)
    1([4][789]) can be 147, 148, 149
    | OR
    1[5][0] can only be 150

    Look_Up
    Last edited by dante696; December 17th, 2014 at 09:20 AM. Reason: no flame war please...

  11. #41
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    Because forum is to help people in situations they are unable to help themselves.
    Not for people in need of retyping documentation, that is othervise widely accessible, even in language native to these people.
    However, the short answer to your question is "no, you're doing it wrong, use firewall to block IP's. It has native capability to block IP by subnets and ranges."

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    Quote Originally Posted by ANR Daemon View Post
    However, the short answer to your question is "no, you're doing it wrong, use firewall to block IP's. It has native capability to block IP by subnets and ranges."
    Not everyone is running their own server and as such are limited to what is possible with the TeamSpeak server in this case. The world is not black and white and there are multiple solutions to a problem. So please stop forcing the solution your holy majesty feels is the only correct one upon people as the only one, while outright dismissing and/or bashing any that isn't yours. Increasingly getting sick of your attitude and this is probably the last semi-friendly warning you'll see.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Look_Up View Post
    finally the solution is:
    37\.221\.169\.(1([4][789])|(1[5][0]))
    Same thing more concise: 37\.221\.169\.1(4[789]|50)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    Same thing more concise: 37\.221\.169\.1(4[789]|50)
    Sorry, your solution wont work! RegEx dont trigger/match

    EDIT: RegEx say Whitespace at the end of regular expression. The regular expression match when you add a whitespace behind the last ip location.
    Last edited by Look_Up; December 17th, 2014 at 07:44 PM.

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    http://prntscr.com/6caxiu

    NetRange: 173.16.0.0 - 173.31.255.255

    did i do this right because it keeps telling me Convert Error in the teamspeak when i click ok

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