Re: hanging up for the previous P2P user
- From: jidanni@xxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Tue, 26 May 2009 05:57:00 +0800
Claudius Hubig <nfs_2009@xxxxxxxxxx> writes:
Did you try REJECT instead of DROP? Maybe telling all these buddiesYes ( http://article.gmane.org/gmane.linux.debian.user/355741 ),
you don't want to know them instead of just ignoring them would do
but it just made my ADSL 256/64 line more busy without making a dent in
the amount of traffic banging at my door.
Maybe next time I'll try various iptables --reject-with type choices.
Maybe about once a week I am given one of these 'popular' IP addresses
by my ISP.
I wonder why an address in 122.127.*.* would become so 'well known'.
They are dynamically assigned to connecting customers, and hang up
automatically after 3 days.
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