Re: IPtables and BT
Date: Tue, 11 Jan 2005 16:27:44 GMT
> I am using Linux + IPtables as my company firewall.
> I found that someone is using Bittorrent to download something.
> I've searched the web and can't find any method to block BT.
> Is there any method which can block BT successfully?
How do you know its BT?
And if you do know, should you also not have connection
information to hand?
I use IPCop GNU/Linux firewall distro, and I can monitor every connection
source and destination to catch everybody and everything.
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