[clug] [OT] IP range of a domain?

Adam Thomas adam.lloyd at gmail.com
Wed Jan 20 22:44:36 MST 2010

2010/1/21 Carlo Hamalainen <carlo.hamalainen at gmail.com>:
> On Thu, Jan 21, 2010 at 2:16 PM, Robert Brockway
> <robert at timetraveller.org> wrote:
>> If you had some idea of the naming scheme they use you could try to brute
>> force it by cycling through what you think is the entire set they use for
>> hostnames, but this is a poor method for several reasons.  The accuracy of
>> this method is dependent on how well you guess their naming scheme, and in
>> any case is very heavy on the network.   I only mention it so as to disuade
>> you if you were contemplating using it :)
> OK, I suspected that it would be like that.
> I want to drop all incoming ssh connections to my server apart from a
> few IP addresses plus my current home ADSL. When I had Internode I was
> able to allow x.y.*.* and it seemed to work, but iPrimus (not my
> choosing) seems completely random.

Have you tried asking iprimus what their DHCP ranges are for their ADSL service?

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