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Thread: How To Update Banned Ip Ranges

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    1. Go to http://www.simply-click.org/uploadertest/p...2_plaintext.asp
    or http://methlab.tech.nu/ and then look for the "Plain Text Version" link.
    EDIT: Since the Peer Guardian Database is troubled at the moment you can also go to...
    http://homepage.ntlworld.com/tim.leonard1/pg_plain.htm
    2. Copy the IP ranges
    3. Then go to C:\Program Files\Kazaa K++\BannedIPs
    4. Open the text file
    5. Select All, Ctrl+A
    6. Paste the new ones, Ctrl+V (thus deleating the old ones)

    Keep in mind the PG Database is the best we have at the moment,
    though you can add or delete ranges on your own.
    You may also go to http://methlab.tech.nu/ and select their
    Feedback/Comments link if you wish.

    Q: How do I know its working?
    A: Its built in, though there is no log yet.

    Q: How often should I update the IP's
    A: Truth is, that is up to you, though once a week or so is ok.

    Q: Does it block the IP's with other P2P programs.
    A: No, it only loads with v2.40 and above.

    If anyone wants to Pin this, feel free, and I will add to the Q and A when needed.

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    WOW! Thanks a lot :beerchug:

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    Great steps REALITY thanks

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    ty-this cud be a nice automatic feature like in eMulethe way it auto-updates the server list on startup thatd b nice :hint:

  5. File Sharing   -   #5
    Originally posted by REALITY@17 July 2003 - 21:04
    "Q: Does it block the IP's with other P2P programs.
    A: No, it only loads with v2.40."
    what bout v 2.41?...i kno its a dumb ? but i was jw...thanks for the info!

    EDIT...sry i didnt catch the post...? answered...sry bout that
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  6. File Sharing   -   #6
    so by using the peerguardian list we wont be deleting any IPs that only kazzalite may have or do they use their list

  7. File Sharing   -   #7
    Originally posted by ksc218@23 July 2003 - 18:08
    so by using the peerguardian list we wont be deleting any IPs that only kazzalite may have or do they use their list
    The original list in the BannedIPRanges was taken from the PG Database at the time of installation, if I am not mistaken. So you would be updating from the same site.

  8. File Sharing   -   #8
    Originally posted by bl1nkr0x@23 July 2003 - 15:17
    ty-this cud be a nice automatic feature like in eMulethe way it auto-updates the server list on startup thatd b nice :hint:
    We all wish, though PG has yet do even do this, and again it only takes a couple of minutes to do it manually. Also I would imagine it would take a pretty large server to do that.

  9. File Sharing   -   #9
    you can also just use the automatic updater made by some dude from the forum
    Download Link
    Extract the files to the folder where the bad ip range text file is and run the .bat file. Norton detects it as a "malicious script" but don't worry i have checked the script and all it is trying to do is create a new text file.
    P.S. should be integrated to the next klite installer along with the other tools.

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    Originally posted by REALITY@17 July 2003 - 16:04
    1. Go to http://www.simply-click.org/uploadertest/p...2_plaintext.asp
    or http://methlab.tech.nu/ and then look for the "Plain Text Version" link.
    2. Copy the IP ranges
    3. Then go to C:\Program Files\Kazaa K++\BannedIPs
    4. Open the text file
    5. Select All, Ctrl+A
    6. Paste the new ones, Ctrl+V

    Keep in mind the PG Database is the best we have at the moment, though you can add or delete ranges on your own.
    You may also go to http://methlab.tech.nu/ and select their Feedback/Comments link if you wish.

    Q: How do I know its working?
    A: Its built in, though there is no log yet.

    Q: How often should I update the IP's
    A: Truth is, that is up to you, though once a week or so is ok.

    Q: Does it block the IP's with other P2P programs.
    A: No, it only loads with v2.40 and above.

    If anyone wants to Pin this, feel free, and I will add to the Q and A when needed.
    Quick Question.... Do you add the new Ip ranges to the text file along with the old ones? Or delete the old ones altogether?

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